21 September, 2015
AVISIAN Publishing is pleased to announce the release of the interactive version of the Fall 2015 Regarding ID magazine.
The interactive feature enables a miniature mode that you can thumb through as well as a full screen mode that enables you to read the magazine as if it were on the desk in front of you.
Some highlights from this issue include:
What have we learned from NSTIC?
A recap of all the pilots from the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace.
‘Cyber sprint’ forces two-factor authentication
Use of PIV for strong authentication was low among federal employees. The OPM breach of millions of employee records lead to a “cyber sprint” that increased use of strong authentication and increased security to government networks.
10-years after REAL ID
It’s been a decade since REAL ID was signed into law and while some states are still struggling to issue better driver licenses the majority of states have made strides when it comes to the identity documents.
Construction sites using biometrics
Physical security at construction sites might typically consist of a fence with barbed wire at the top. But some builders are taking security more seriously and using biometrics and advanced identity technologies to keep track of people coming and going from sites.
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Read the fall issue of Regarding ID online now.