BOARD OF PRINCETON, N.J., May 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Safe Technology Alliance Published today a complementary guide of NIST.one Special Publication (SP) 800-116 R1, which provides technical guidance for the successful implementation of PIV enabled for PIVtwo in government facilities. The Alliance guide was created to clarify the essential requirements within the NIST publication and to provide recommendations for PACS implementers interested in implementing PIV-enabled PIVS.
The Secure Technology Alliance Implementation Guide, "Industry Recommendations for Implementing PIV Credentials with Physical Access Control Systems", can be downloaded at https://www.securetechalliance.org/publications-industry-recommendations-for-implementing-piv-credentials-with-physical-access-control-systems-a-quick-guide-to-implementing-essist-spanish 800-116 -r1-requirem /.
"The Alliance has had a long history of providing guidance on safe technology standards, best practices and adoption in government," said Randy Vanderhoof, executive director of Secure Technology Alliance. "As technology becomes more complex, there is a greater need for security to be incorporated into every device, product and service in the federal space." With this, the Alliance has become a forum for the federal government and the Technology executives to discuss current challenges, identify possible solutions and answer questions about government identity management initiatives. "
This guide summarizes the key information in the NIST publication and:
- Describes the characteristics of the implementation of PIV, including interoperability qualities and infrastructure requirements.
- Provides recommendations for effective mitigation techniques.
- Describes PIV authentication methods in PACS applications, with a focus on authentication factors and credential validation
- Examines real-life PACS implementation recommendations based on the experience of industry professionals who have implemented PIV credentials with PACS
- Explore implementation considerations for implementers, including implementation considerations, PIV identifiers, PACS logging, temporary IDs, and the "authentication" problem of only CHUID
This guide was developed by Secure Technology Alliance. Access Control advice. The Secure Technology Alliance Access Control Board focuses on accelerating the acceptance, use and widespread application of secure technologies in various physical and digital factors for logical and physical access control as applicable to both individuals and entities they are not people The group brings together, in an open forum, opinion leaders, manufacturers and implementers from the public and private sectors. The Council identifies topical areas that encourage the use of technologies that are important to the access control community.
Members of the Access Control Board that participated in the development of the white paper included: ID Technology Partners; Integrated security technologies; LenelS2; SigNet Technologies; Department of National Security of the United States; XTec, Inc.
To learn more about PIV enabled for PIV, the Safe Technology Alliance held a Six-part webinar series on how to plan, obtain and implement PIV-enabled PACS for government facilities. The recordings of the completed webinars are available in https://www.securetechalliance.org/how-to-plan-procure-and-deploy-a-piv-enabled-physical-access-control-system/.
Federal security identity event
As part of its ongoing support to ensure the adoption of secure technology within government, the Safe Technology Alliance is organizing its annual report. Ensure the federal identity 2019 conference this June 4 and 5, 2019 at Hilton Crystal City in Arlington, VA. The keynote addresses, round tables and panels of the event will cover the most important issues impacting federal identity initiatives at present, including the discussion on the effective use of PIV credentials and mobile identity technologies.
Protect federal identity 2019 is open to all individuals and organizations who are interested in learning about the role of secure identity and authentication in government programs. Member organizations of the Secure Technology Alliance and employees of the federal government may be eligible to obtain free or discounted registration fees. For information on sponsorships and exhibitions, visit http://www.securingfederalidentity.com/ or contact Bryan Ichikawa in firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About the Safe Technology Alliance
The Secure Technology Alliance is the main association of the digital security industry. The Alliance brings together leading providers and adopters of end-to-end security solutions designed to protect privacy and digital assets in the payment markets, mobile devices, identity and access, health, transportation and the emerging Internet of Things ( IoT).
The mission of the Alliance is to stimulate the understanding, adoption and widespread application of connected digital solutions based on secure chips and other technologies and systems needed to protect data, allow secure authentication and facilitate commerce.
The Alliance is driven by its member companies focused on the United States. They collaborate by sharing experience and industry best practices through industry and technology advice, focused events, educational resources, industry outreach, advocacy, training and certification programs. Through participation in the breadth of Alliance activities, members strengthen personal and organizational networks and eliminate ideas to develop the business strategies needed to market safe products and services in this dynamic environment.
For more information, please visit www.securetechalliance.org.
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Montner Tech PR
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