The Leading Showcase for Government Projects in ID and Security
The 11th Annual Smart Card Alliance Government Conference will survey opportunities and challenges for government issuers, accreditation and testing authorities, procurement programs, and the industry to meet the government‘s market demands.
Market-Focused Coverage of Current Strategies for Secure Identity
The leading annual event for ID security returns to the Washington Convention Center with comprehensive coverage of efforts toward strong authentication technology in government identity programs, including Personal Identity Verification (PIV) credentials, developments in National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC), trusted ID on the Internet and on mobile devices, developments in state and local ID, and evolving global standards.
The conference kicks off on November 28 will feature special keynote presentations from these industry leaders:
NSTIC is a public/private effort to develop an identity ecosystem that will permit individuals to obtain a secure credential to authenticate themselves for a variety of online transactions. The Smart Card Alliance provided extensive strategic guidance during recent efforts to ramp up this program. Conference sessions and special events will provide an invaluable update on this game-changing initiative.
Following recent government efforts, the conference features an expanded agenda for the healthcare sector. Smart health ID cards provide a privacy-sensitive, secure solution with significant benefits to healthcare providers. Conference sessions will reflect and amplify the industry- leading work of the Smart Card Alliance Healthcare and Identity Councils.
US Healthcare Market Trends • How Chip Cards Will Cut Fraud, Waste, and Abuse in Medicare • National Disaster Life Support™ Program Office and HSC National Rollout • Leveraging Patient Identity Smart Card Solutions to Connect Medical Records Across Multiple Provider Systems • Transportation Applications • State/Local Government Applications of High Assurance Credentials • Banking/Financial Applications • AAMVA Cross Section Digital Identity Initiative Pilot • Criterion Systems Consumer-selected Attributes Exchange Pilot • Resilient Network Systems Secure Health & Educational Systems Pilot • Australian National eHealth Transition Authority (NEHTA) • World Map on eHealth • German ID Card • How to Secure Mobile Medical Records • Converged Access Across Physical and Online World • OMB 11-11 Update on Federal Use of PIV Credentials • Review of the GSA PIV-Compatible Approved Products List Administration • Making Credentialing Documents More Secure • Applying NSTIC’s Identity Ecosystem Principles for Internet Security • IDESG Accreditation Standing • Identity and Attribute Providers • Use Cases From the 4 Bridges Forum • State-Issued Identity Credentialing and Access Management Framework (SICAM) • Border Control and Smart Documents • Global Platform Privacy Framework • Smart Healthcare: Enhancing Privacy for Data-Sensitive Information • NSTIC Governance and Pilot Programs • 2013—The Year of Identity • Biometrics (Match on Card for FIPS 201-2 and Beyond) • Options for Storing Mobile Credentials on a Smartphone • Cloud-based PACS Authorization • Managing Network Security Using Mobile Devices in a BYOD Environment • Securing a BYOD Business Culture • PIV, PIV-I, GICS Convergence for Government Mobile ID Usage • Identifying the Problems to Solve for Mobile Device Security • FIPS 201-2 Summary of Changes • PIV Usability Impact Based on FIPS-201-2 Changes • SP 800-73-3—Interfaces for Personal Identity Verification • HSPD-12 PIV Card Implementation at The Department of Health & Human Services • Report from Office of Governor Robert F. McDonnell, Commonwealth of Virginia • Report from Pentagon • Creating a Managed Service Model for Provisioning Digital Keys and Credentials on NFC Phones • Making Multi-technology Cards More Reliable • Usability and Accessibility • eID Cards and NFC • Mobility and Secure Credentialing • DHS TSA • Use Cases From the 4 Bridges Forum • Troubleshooting Multi-technology PIV Interoperability • Daon Smart Mobile Devices Pilot • Report from Office of the Chief Security Officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency • Corporate Enterprise Applications • Provisioning Applications and Data in Mobile Devices • Physical Access Use Cases for Identity Credentials on Mobile Devices • Managing Network Security Using Mobile Devices in a BYOD Environment
Peter Alterman, Ph.D., Chief Operating Officer, SAFE-BioPharma Assn. • Carol Bales, Office of Management and Budget • Stefan Barbu, Head of eGovernment Business Development Americas, NXP Semiconductors • David Batchelor, CEO, LifeMedID • Roderick Bell II, VP & Chief Information Officer, Resolute Health • Paul Blanchard, Project Director, AAMVA PMO • Jason Bohrer, SVP Managed Services, HID Global * Pierre Boucher, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Government of Canada • Brent Bowen, INSIDE Secure • Kirk Brafford, Deloitte & Touche LLP • Joni Brennan, Executive Director, Kantara Initiative • Stephen Burmester, Chief Technical Architect, Manager of Architecture Services, National E-Health Transition Authority • Ken Calabrese, Program Manager, HHS HSPD-12 program, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services • Peter Cattaneo, Vice President of Business Development, Intercede • Dave Coxe, CEO, ID/DataWeb, Inc. • Hugh Cumming, EVP of Technology and Operations , SecureKey Technologies Inc. * Sal D'Agostino, CEO, IDMachines • Chris Edwards, Chief Technical Officer, Intercede • Kelli Emerick, Secure ID Coalition • John Esser, Business Dev Mgr - Federal l Identity Business Line, Oberthur Technologies of America • Frazier Evans, Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton • Nancy Farrington, EMPI Administrator - HIM, Main Line Health System • Hildegard Ferraiolo, Computer Scientist, NIST • Salvatore Francomacaro, IT Specialist, NIST • Deborah Gallagher, Identity Credential and Access Management Sub-Committee Co-Chair, DOD • Chris Gardner, VP, Partner Engagement, SecureKey Technologies Inc. • Kevin Gillick, Executive Director, GlobalPlatform • Bob Gilson, Customer Development Branch Chief , DOD/DMDC • Ian Glazer, Research VP, Agenda Manager, Gartner • Christophe Goyet, Technical Marketing Director, Government and ID, Oberthur Technologies • Chad Grant, Senior Policy Analyst, NASCIO • Jeremy Grant, Senior Executive Advisor for Identity Management, NIST • Kaliya Hamlin, Identity Woman • Jonathan Hare, Resilient • Patrick Hearn, VP Gov't ID Markets - Americas, Oberthur Technologies • Chi Hickey, Identity Assurance and Trusted Access Division, GSA • Barry Hieb, Chief Scientist, Voluntary Universal Healthcare Identifier (VUHID), Global Patient Identifiers • Karyn Higa-Smith, Program Manager, DHS/FEMA • Betsy Hight, RADM (USN, ret), Vice President, Cybersecurity Solutions, HP Enterprise Services • Richard Hodge, Senior Director, Congressional Affairs, HIMSS • Detlef Houdeau, Senior Director Business Development, Infineon Technologies AG • Josh Jabs, Vice President of Government Marketing, Datacard Group • James James, Director, Center for Public Health Preparedness and Disaster Response • Mansour Aaron Karimzadeh, CEO, PrivaMed • Ray Kimble, Senior Manager, Deloitte, IDESG Accreditation Standing Committee • Harold Kocken, Manager | Audit & Enterprise Risk Services | Federal Solutions Group , Deloitte & Touche LLP • Kevin Kozlowski, Vice President of Government Initiatives, Xtec • Lolie Kull, Cybersecurity Solutions Group - Identity Practice , HP Enterprise Services • Martin Kuschewski, Head of Business Unit eID, SMARTRAC TECHNOLOGY Stuttgart GmbH • Gilles Lisimaque, Partner, IDTP * Kimberly Little, Lexis/Nexis Risk Solutions • Julian Lovelock, Vice President of Product Marketing, ActivIdentity • Michael Magrath, Director, Business Development - Government & Healthcare, Gemalto, Inc. • Don Malloy, Business Development, NagraID • Gurpreet Manes, Senior Product Manager, SafeNet • Mike McAllister, Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security, Office of Governor Robert F. McDonnell, Commonwealth of Virginia • Ketan Mehta, PIV Staff, Booz Allen Hamilton • Rick Outland, Technical Sales Support Manager, Gemalto & President, Document Security Alliance, Gemalto and Document Security Alliance • Steve Pannifer, Head of Delivery, Consult Hyperion • Neville Pattinson, SVP, Government Affairs & Standards, Gemalto • Andreas Philipp, Head of Sales and System Engineering, Utimaco Safeware AG • Michael Queralt, Queralt, Inc. • Scott Rea, REBCA Director/Administrator and Board Member, Research Education Bridge Certification Authority • Michael Robinson, Deloitte • Roger Roehr, HSPD-12 Physical Security Engineer, Pentagon Force Protection Agency • Steve Rogers, Iceware • Mary Ruddy, Research Director, Gartner • Helmut Scherzer, Group Vice President, C-TO Technology Management , Giesecke & Devrient • George Schu, Senior Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton * John Schwartz, Program Manager, Transportation Worker Identification Credential Program (TWIC), Transportation Security Administration • Gerald Smith, Senior Consultant, ID Technology Partners, Inc. • Judith Spencer, PMA Chair, CertiPath LLC • Mark Steffler, Federal Sales Director, Quantum Secure, Inc. • Lars Suneborn, Director, Government Program, Hirsch Identive • Catherine Tilton, VP, Standards & Technology, Daon • J'son Tyson, Chief, Identity Credential and Access Management Support Operations, Office of the Chief Security Officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency • Keith Ward, TSCP * David Wood, C-Sam • Rob Zivney, Vice President, Government & Standards, Identive Group • James Zok, Director of Identity Management and Credentialing Initiatives (Retired)
The Smart Card Alliance Government Conference attracts participants from almost every federal, and several state and local agencies, including: Central Intelligence Agency • Citizenship and Immigration Services • DC Office of the CTO • Defense Manpower Data Center • Department of Health and Human Services • Department of Homeland Security • Department of Labor • Department of State • Department of the Treasury • Department of Transportation • DHS National Protection and Programs Directorate • DOT Volpe Center • Environmental Protection Agency • Federal Aviation Administration • Federal Emergency Management Agency • Federal Reserve Bank • General Services Administration • Government of the District of Columbia • Government Printing Office • Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority • NASA • National E-Health Transition Authority • National Institute of Standards & Technology • National Institutes of Health • Nuclear Regulatory Commission • Pentagon Force Protection Agency • Port of Los Angeles • Senate Sergeant at Arms • Social Security Administration • Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) • Transportation Security Administration • Treasury Financial Management Service • United States Senate • US Army • US Coast Guard • US Investigations • Services • US Secret Service • Utah Transit Authority
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The Identity Ecosystem Steering Group (IDESG) Second Plenary SessionMon, Nov 26, 1:00 PM- Tue, Nov 27, 1:00 PMA continuation of the Second Plenary Session, focusing on the vision and building of the identity ecosystem aligning the work of various component committees and working groups to common goals. (more..)
ICAM Information Day and Vendor ExpoTue, Nov 27, 9:00 AM-4:30 PMSponsored by the Identity, Credential and Access Management Sub Committee (ICAMSC); a blend of presentations and vendor interaction with opportunities to ask questions and discuss challenges and lessons learned. (more..)
Kantara Initiative Identity SummitTue, Nov 27, 9:00 AM-5:00 PMKantara Initiative is dedicated to providing platforms and resources for the growth and enrichment of the identity landscape. (more..)
CSCIP & CSCIP/G Training & Certification Exam PrepTue, Nov 27, 9:00 AM-5:00 PMFor CSCIP Certification candidates who wish to have a training course under the guidance of a trained instructor before testing for certification. (more..)
Smart Card Alliance Workshop: Mobile Devices and Identity and Access Control ApplicationsTue, Nov 27, 9:00 AM-5:00 PMA detailed overview of new uses for mobile devices in storing and presenting secure digital identity credentials, digitally signing email, accessing secure networks, and physical access. (more..)
GSN Homeland Security Awards DinnerThu, Nov 29, 6:30-10:00 PMThe gala presentation will conclude with the 2012 GSN/Raytheon Award for Distinguished Leadership and Innovation in Public Security and Safety. (more..)
Tuesday, November 27, 2012 - Thursday, November 29, 2012 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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