Intercede CEO Richard Parris will give the opening address at the Smart Card Alliance’s Securing Federal Identity event in Washington DC on Monday 6 June at 08:30am.
In a worrying climate of increasingly high-profile hacks and breaches, identity management and derived credentials are absolutely critical tools in the cybersecurity arsenals of government agencies. That’s where Intercede can step in to help.
Our MyID software is a complete identity and credential management system, built by Intercede’s team of talented experts and enabling organisations to create and use trusted digital identities for employees, citizens and machines that ensure the right people and devices are accessing the right information. MyID is the first US derived credential management solution that allows organisations to easily deploy derived PIV credentials to a range of mobile devices, and is fully FIPS 201-2 compliant.
Intercede has a rich heritage of providing digital trust: we already manage millions of identities using our MyID software and have been offering identity verification and management services to customers around the world for over twenty years.
Richard will be discussing the importance of a holistic approach to cybersecurity and the need for ID and derived credentials management in ensuring national security. To catch him speaking at the conference, make sure you’re at the welcome address on the 6th June at 8.30, in the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington DC.
Commenting on the event Richard Parris said: “We have a long history with the SCA and are proud to sponsor the conference. It promises to be a great opportunity to hear from experts and collaborate with Federal colleagues, offering an ideal environment to plan future cybersecurity strategies.”
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