Tuesday, September 25, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

  • Room: 18
Speaker(s)
  • Pre Conference
  • Room: Ballroom CD
Speaker(s)
Moderator
Russ Wilson
Policy Lead
Defense Forensics and Biometrics Agency
Speaker
Craig Archer
Identity Superiority Manager
US Special Operations Command
Speaker
Greg Gosselin
Mission Support Specialst
USNORTHCOM J34
Speaker
Will Graves
Chief Engineer
DoD/PM Biometrics
  • Pre Conference
  • Room: Ballroom AB
9-9:30am – Your Identity – We are the Ultimate Token Presenter Kenneth Gantt, Deputy Director, OBIM, DHS 9:30-10am – Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology (HART) Development Update Co-Presenter David Grauel, Program Manager, HART, OBIM, DHS Co-Presenter Patrick Nemeth, Director, Identity Operations Division, OBIM, DHS 10-10:30am – DHS Speaker Speaker Pending ...
Speaker(s)
Speaker
David Grauel
Program Manager
HART, OBIM, DHS
Speaker
Kenneth Gantt
Deputy Director
OBIM, DHS
Speaker
Patrick Nemeth
Deputy Director
OBIM, DHS
  • Pre Conference

Tuesday, September 25, 10:40 AM - 10:45 AM

  • Room: Ballroom AB
Speaker(s)
Co-Moderator
Duane Blackburn
S&T Policy Analyst
The MITRE Corporation
Co-Moderator
LtGen Robert M. Shea, USMC (Ret.)
President & CEO
AFCEA International

    Tuesday, September 25, 10:45 AM - 11:15 AM

    • Room: Ballroom AB
    Speaker(s)
    Keynote
    Matthew Travis
    Deputy Under Secretary
    DHS NPPD
    • Keynote

    Tuesday, September 25, 11:15 AM - 11:45 AM

    • Room: Ballroom AB
    Speaker(s)
    Keynote
    Dr.  Don Rucker
    National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC)
    HHS Office of the Secretary
    • Keynote

    Tuesday, September 25, 11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

    • Room: Ballroom AB
    Speaker(s)
    Speaker
    Duane Blackburn
    S&T Policy Analyst
    The MITRE Corporation
    • Presentation

    Tuesday, September 25, 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

    • Room: Exhibit Hall
    Tracks:
    • Food Function

    Tuesday, September 25, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    • Room: Ballroom AB
    Overview: The Homeland and National Security Session will focus on shifting trends across the identity spectrum, spanning from policies on screening and vetting to the types of technologies and capabilities mission partners need to implement the Administration’s recently published Executive Orders. This block will address the current state of biometrics in confronting national security threats, public safety concerns and counter-fraud, while also informing industry leaders on the U.S. Government’s interest in transitioning from the collection of individual modalities and encounter-based systems to an all-encompassing approach to person-centric identity.   Opening Remarks: John Boyd Mission Overview: National Security, Public Safety and Counter-Fraud Present the Future... ...read more...
    Speaker(s)
    Moderator
    John Boyd
    Assistant Director, Futures Identity, Office of Biometric Identity Management
    Department of Homeland Security
    Panelist
    Amir Dastouri
    Identity Architect
    DHS Information Sharing and Services Office (IS20)
    Workshop Speaker
    Arun Vemury
    Program Manager
    Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Branch
    Panelist
    Carter Keeton
    Sr. National Intelligence Advisor and IC Management Officer
    FBI National Security Branch
    Workshop Speaker
    Christopher Miles
    Program Manager
    Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Branch
    Panelist
    Glenn Krizay
    Director
    DoD Defense Forensics and Biometrics Agency (DFBA)
    Panelist
    Jerry Reimers
    Defense Intelligence Senior Leader, DFBA
    Department of Defense
    Workshop Speaker
    Patricia Wolfhope
    Program Manager
    Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Branch
    Workshop Speaker
    Ryan Triplett
    Program Manager
    Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Branch
    • Session
    • Room: Ballroom CD
    Overview: Government, enterprises and communities can no longer ignore the extensive array of digital threats with new hacks and breaches occurring daily all over the world. These breaches are not only costly, but affect the safety and health of the people trusting online services. In 2017, a major event with ransomware occurred named WannaCry which hit over 99 countries affecting thousands of hospitals, businesses, banks and more. Identity as a Service platforms are emerging as ideally suited to extend enterprise defense perimeters to the identity layer. These internet-scale, extensible service platforms enable cost-effective, real-time adaptive authentication services driven by application,... ...read more...
    Speaker(s)
    Moderator
    Don Thibeau
    President and Chairman
    Open Identity Exchange
    Panelist
    Baber Amin
    CTO
    Ping Identity
    Panelist
    Dave Coxe
    Founder & CEO
    ID DataWeb
    Speaker
    Jeremy Grant
    Managing Director, Technology Business Strategy
    Venable LLP
    Panelist
    Keith Ward
    CEO & President
    TSCP
    Speaker
    Matt Cochran
    Vice President of Product and Operations
    ID Dataweb
    • Session

    Tuesday, September 25, 2:00 PM - 2:15 PM

    • Room: West Hall, Aisle 600
    ID.me CEO Blake Hall will demonstrate how NIST 800-63-3 digital identity guidelines are applied to complete a online and in-person proofing process using ID.me Trust Referee Mobile App. Federal agencies are expected to follow the NIST 800-63-3 digital identity guidelines for all new and legacy systems. These digital identity guidelines, while they help protect citizens from identity fraud, can present access challenges for certain customer segments when only deployed as a online-only solution. To address this problem, the NIST guidelines provide an alternate path to verification--in-person identity proofing. ID.me offers a combined online and in-person proofing solution - offering the... ...read more...
    Speaker(s)
    Speaker
    Blake Hall
    Founder and CEO
    ID.me
    Tracks:

      Tuesday, September 25, 2:20 PM - 2:35 PM

      • Room: West Hall, Aisle 600
      There are two kinds of actors on every network—people and machines—and both need to be authenticated before allowing access to services and data. People rely on usernames, passwords, smart cards, and biometrics to access machines, but machines, like web servers, applications, cloud services, and containers, don’t use these methods of identification. They use keys and certificates for machine-to-machine authentication. The use of machines is driving unprecedented improvements in agency efficiency, productivity, agility and speed. With technology modernization increasing reliance on machines, the number of machines on agency networks is growing exponentially. To communicate securely, each machine needs a unique identity... ...read more...
      Speaker(s)
      Speaker
      Steve Briley
      Federal Solution Architect
      Venafi
      Tracks:

        Tuesday, September 25, 2:40 PM - 2:55 PM

        • Room: West Hall, Aisle 600
        Presentation covers the challenges of fingerprinting in kiosk applications and gives an overview on how to overcome enrolment and verification issues that users encounter all the times when interacting with machines....
        Speaker(s)
        Speaker
        Holger Mackenthun
        President
        Jenetric
        Tracks:

          Tuesday, September 25, 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

          • Room: Exhibt Hall
          Tracks:
          • Food Function

          Tuesday, September 25, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

          • Room: Ballroom CD
          Overview: Across the market, public and private sector innovation and collaboration are driving better identity solutions.  Governments – Federal, State and Local – have a supporting role to play in helping to grow a more effective and responsible identity ecosystem by working with industry to identify and reduce barriers, encourage the development of shared principles, governance, standards and trust frameworks, evaluate and document the performance realities of commercial solutions, and offer services that improve identity.  The private sector, as the main developers, innovators, and suppliers of identification system infrastructure, equally have a critical role to play as the technology and... ...read more...
          Speaker(s)
          Moderator
          Combiz Abdolrahimi
          Global Emerging Technology & Innovation Leader, Senior Policy Advisor & FinTech Lawyer
          Deloitte Government and Public Services
          Lightning Speaker
          Andre Boysen
          Chief Identity Officer
          SecureKey Technologies Inc.
          Lightning Speaker
          Bob Schukai
          Senior Vice President, Identity Solutions
          Mastercard
          Speaker
          Chloe Kontos
          Executive Director
          National Science and Technology Council, Office of Science and Technology Policy, The White House
          Lightning Speaker
          Joel Robideaux
          Mayor - President
          Lafayette Consolidated Government, Louisiana
          Lightning Speaker
          John Edge
          Chairman and Co-Founder
          ID2020
          Co-Moderator
          Kelly Faddis
          Novetta
          Lightning Speaker
          Lauren Lee
          Manager of Digital Integration
          United States Postal Service
          Lightning Speaker
          Rouven Heck
          Co-Founder and Lead for uPort
          ConsenSys
          • Session
          • Room: Ballroom AB
          Overview: The Internet of Things (IoT) is the increasing connection of devices beyond smart phones, tablets and computers to include devices like wearables, smart appliances, home devices, smart grid, and vehicles for consumers, as well as specialized devices to support specific industries including energy, finance, health care, manufacturing, distribution, etc.  IoT devices include sensed information of the devices, environment, and person. This information can be used for monitoring, decision making, and control of the physical world. As the number of devices increases, there is an increasing vulnerability of these systems to attacks, such as the Mirai Distributed Denial of Service... ...read more...
          Speaker(s)
          Moderator
          Stephanie Schuckers
          Professor and Director of the Center for Identification Technology Research (CITeR)
          Clarkson University
          Lightning Speaker
          Andrew Whelchel
          Senior Solution Engineer
          Okta
          Lightning Speaker
          John Callahan
          Chief Technology Office
          Veridium
          Speaker
          Katerina Megas
          Program Manager for the Cybersecurity for the Internet of Things (IoT) Program and the Commercial Adoption Lead for the Trusted Identities Group
          National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
          Lightning Speaker
          Shawnna Hoffman-Childress
          Global Cognitive Legal Co-Leader
          IBM
          • Session

          Tuesday, September 25, 4:30 PM - 4:45 PM

          • Room: West Hall, Aisle 600
          US Government detention facilities systems allow for biometric enrollment via fingerprints, face and iris; however, few—if any—detention facilities use biometrics to track movement of detainees throughout the detention facility. For example, detainees may have cell assignments, exercise schedules, work schedules, and medical needs requiring check-in and check-out to and from designated areas. Often, correlating detainees with their case information can be a manual or paper-based process. Facial matching can quickly identify the detainee and display relevant information in a Heads-Up Display, eliminating paper-based or manual verification processes and providing agents and officers with more complete information on detainees. This would... ...read more...
          Speaker(s)
          Speaker
          Sanjeev Duggal
          Principal and Co-Founder
          Dev Technology Group, Inc.
          Tracks:

            Tuesday, September 25, 4:50 PM - 5:05 PM

            • Room: West Hall, Aisle 600
            Identity Virtualization is game changer when it comes to leveraging existing identity assets to enable future initiatives. Most federal agencies have made significant investments in their existing identity systems. These systems support mission critical applications well but are not flexible enough to enable new initiatives like federation and cloud. By abstracting and virtualizing these existing systems, enterprises can respect the legacy and enable the future. This session will highlight how Identity Virtualization can change the game for enterprises with significant investments in legacy systems that also have plans for the future which these systems cannot support....
            Speaker(s)
            Speaker
            Dieter Schuller
            Vice President of Business Development
            Radiant Logic, Inc.
            Tracks:

              Tuesday, September 25, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

              • Room: Exhibit Hall
              Tracks:
              • Reception

              Wednesday, September 26, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

              • Room: Ballroom AB Foyer
              Tracks:
              • Food Function

              Wednesday, September 26, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

              • Room: Ballroom AB
              Overview: Last year’s Equifax breach shined a light on the limitations of our current identity infrastructure; the theft of sensitive personal data from more than 147 million people – including “secret” data that had been used by consumers and businesses to verify identities online – made clear that some of our legacy systems were no longer good enough.   In the wake of the breach, government and industry have both expressed an interest in solving these problems, and in some cases putting forth new ideas for how to do so.  This session will outline the challenges the United States faces in delivering... ...read more...
              Speaker(s)
              Moderator
              Jeremy Grant
              Managing Director, Technology Business Strategy
              Venable LLP
              Lightning Speaker
              Catherine Schulten
              Vice President Product Management
              LifeMedID
              Lightning Speaker
              Geoff Slagle
              AAMVA
              Lightning Speaker
              James Loudermilk
              Senior Director for Innovation
              Idemia
              Lightning Speaker
              Phil Lam
              Vice President Product Risk Strategy
              Early Warning Services
              • Session
              • Room: Ballroom CD
              Overview: Across the market, public and private sector innovation and collaboration are driving better identity solutions.  Governments – Federal, State and Local – have a supporting role to play in helping to grow a more effective and responsible identity ecosystem by working with industry to identify and reduce barriers, encourage the development of shared principles, governance, standards and trust frameworks, evaluate and document the performance realities of commercial solutions, and offer services that improve identity.  This session will focus on the history and evolution of standards, various uses and applications of standards and/or best practices, the significance of utilizing standards... ...read more...
              Speaker(s)
              Moderator
              Diane Stephens
              Biometrics Standards Coordinator
              National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
              Speaker
              Christopher Miles
              Program Manager
              Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Branch
              Lightning Speaker
              Kamran Atri
              Chief Technology Office
              CSEngineering
              Lightning Speaker
              Michael Coleman
              Senior Federal Systems Engineer
              F5 Networks
              Lightning Speaker
              Scott Swann
              President and CEO
              IDEMIA NSS
              Speaker
              Will Graves
              Chief Engineer
              DoD/PM Biometrics
              • Session

              Wednesday, September 26, 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM

              • Room: Exhibit Hall
              Please Note: This session is not for attribution - no credentialed media will be admitted. In the last year, the Trump Administration released two National Security Presidential Memoranda (NSPM) to bolster identity intelligence and vetting activities across the federal government.  NSPM-7, titled “Integration, Sharing, and Use of National Security Threat Actor Information to Protect Americans,” was signed on October 5, 2017 and looks to leverage lessons learned from the past 17 years of post-9/11 counterterrorism activities to improve information sharing for five other categories of National Security Threat actors (aka NSTs).  NSPM-9, titled “Optimizing the Use of Federal Government Information in... ...read more...
              Speaker(s)
              Speaker
              Lori Vislocky
              Speaker
              Monte Hawkins
              Director, National Vetting Center
              U.S. Customs and Border Protection
              • Federal Focus

              Wednesday, September 26, 12:15 PM - 1:30 PM

              • Room: Exhibit Hall
              Tracks:
              • Food Function

              Wednesday, September 26, 1:00 PM - 1:15 PM

              • Room: West Hall, Aisle 600
              This talk will focus on TELEGRID’s Continuous Authentication in Disconnected Networks (CADNs) which is currently being tested by the DoD.  CADNs is a behavioral biometric tool that continuously authenticates mobile device users in areas with limited or no connectivity.  Behavioral biometric techniques use machine learning and artificial intelligence to create a unique signature based on how a user walks, types, swipes, etc.  This technology allows secure, mission critical mobile applications in tactical environments.  In this talk Eric Sharret will discuss the benefits of behavioral biometrics over current authentication techniques which are static and transmit personally identifiable information. Mr. Sharret will... ...read more...
              Speaker(s)
              Speaker
              Eric Sharret
              Vice President of Business Development
              TELEGRID Technologies, Inc.
              Tracks:

                Wednesday, September 26, 1:30 PM - 1:50 PM

                • Room: Exhibit Hall
                Speaker(s)
                Keynote
                Suzette Kent
                Federal Chief Information Officer
                Office of Management and Budget
                Tracks:
                • Keynote

                Wednesday, September 26, 1:50 PM - 3:00 PM

                • Room: Exhibit Hall
                From filing taxes, making or receiving payments, and accessing government services, to implementing trusted trader and traveler programs, facilitating legitimate travel and trade, and safeguarding our borders, robust identity and access management is critical to enabling the majority of citizen services.  This session will be a series of individual talks led by current senior officials from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), and the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Internal Revenue Service (IRS).  They will each: (1) provide an overview of the current state of government policies and technology developments for identity management in... ...read more...
                Speaker(s)
                Speaker
                Dominic Sale
                Assistant Commissioner for Operations
                U.S. General Services Administration
                Speaker
                Michael McAdams
                Senior Advisor and Chief Architect for Digital Identity
                Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of Treasury
                Speaker
                René Schwartzman
                Identity Assurance Executive
                IRS
                Speaker
                Sanjeev Bhagowalia
                Deputy Assistant Commissioner
                U.S. Customs and Border Protection, DHS
                • Federal Focus

                Wednesday, September 26, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

                Wednesday, September 26, 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

                • Room: Exhibit Hall
                Tracks:
                • Food Function

                Wednesday, September 26, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

                • Room: Ballroom AB
                Overview:  Digital Identity offers the promise of greater efficiency, security, interoperability, and trust in a variety of settings.  From the provisioning of financial services to government payments and access to citizen services, digital ID can enable improved customer identification and verification in the digital age.  However, the development of a digital identity ecosystem touches on issues that cross sectors and industries, such as anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) policies and regulations.  To prevent the financial system from abuse by money launderers, terrorist financiers and other illicit actors, AML/CFT regulations implemented under the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) require... ...read more...
                Speaker(s)
                Moderator
                Carole House
                Cyber and Emerging Tech Policy Specialist
                U.S. Treasury Department - Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)
                Moderator
                Ross Nodurft
                Principal
                One World Identity (OWI)
                Speaker
                Anne Wallwork
                Senior Counselor for Strategic Policy
                U.S. Treasury Department, Office of Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes
                Speaker
                Garrett Gafke
                President and CEO
                IdentityMind Global
                Speaker
                Jeremy Kuester
                Deputy Associate Director - Policy Division
                U.S. Treasury Department - Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)
                Speaker
                Joe Stuntz
                Principal
                One World Identity (OWI)
                Speaker
                Marco Piovesan
                CEO
                InfoMart
                Speaker
                Phil Lam
                Vice President Product Risk Strategy
                Early Warning Services
                • Session
                • Room: Ballroom CD
                Overview: As a foundational capability, Identity and Access Management is becoming more critical to effective government services and missions, and central to modernizing information technology to achieve security and efficiency goals. The US Government is energizing ICAM/IdAM by establishing aggressive policy, standards, and goals to strengthen identity proofing, credentialing, authentication, and authorization as a core feature of broader modernization efforts. Sweeping modernization prioritizes shifting services to the cloud and embracing mobility as the new normal. Supporting citizen-facing services and government missions offer commercial providers and vendors significant challenges at scale. This track will dive into the changes in Federal direction, and... ...read more...
                Speaker(s)
                Lightning Speaker
                Andrew Whelchel
                Senior Solution Engineer
                Okta
                Lightning Speaker
                Brandon Iske
                ICAM Lead
                Defense Information Systems Agency
                Lightning Speaker
                Frank Briguglio
                Public Sector Identity Governance Strategist
                SailPoint
                Speaker
                Patricia Janssen
                Director, CS Enterprise Planning and Capability Implementation
                Office of the Deputy CIO for Cybersecurity
                Lightning Speaker
                Sean Frazier
                Advisory CISO
                DUO
                • Session

                Thursday, September 27, 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

                • Room: Ballroom AB Foyer
                Tracks:
                • Food Function

                Thursday, September 27, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

                • Room: Ballroom CD
                Fed ID may be “the government’s identity conference,” but the private sector continues to drive innovation, products and standards in the identity space.  This session will detail the past year’s top ten identity developments led by the private sector – and explain why they are relevant for government identity professionals....
                Speaker(s)
                Speaker
                Don Thibeau
                President and Chairman
                Open Identity Exchange
                Speaker
                Jeremy Grant
                Managing Director, Technology Business Strategy
                Venable LLP
                • Session

                Thursday, September 27, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

                • Room: Ballroom AB Foyer
                Tracks:
                • Food Function

                Thursday, September 27, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

                • Room: Ballroom CD
                Overview: Identity theft and identity fraud are terms used to refer to all types of crime in which someone wrongfully obtains and uses another person's personal data in some way that involves fraud or deception, typically for economic gain.  Many identity theft scams are intent on targeting government programs. A very common form of government identity theft is the fraudulent use of stolen identity information to apply for various assistance programs. It could be SNAP benefits (commonly referred to as “food stamps”), unemployment benefits, disability benefits, even Social Security benefits.  Medical identity theft can occur when someone steals personal identification number... ...read more...
                Speaker(s)
                Moderator
                Gary Cantrell
                Deputy Inspector General
                HHS OIG
                Speaker
                Adrienne Frazior
                Assistant Chief, Criminal Division, Fraud Section, Health Care Fraud Unit
                Department of Justice
                Speaker
                Alec Alexander
                Deputy Administrator and Director
                Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Center for Program Integrity
                Speaker
                Allison Lefrak
                Identity Theft Program Manager and Staff Attorney
                Federal Trade Commission, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection
                Lightning Speaker
                Scott Straub
                Vice President, Federal Risk Markets
                Neustar, Inc.
                • Session
                • Room: Ballroom AB
                Overview: The law enforcement and forensic communities have long leveraged identity technologies as a major enabler for their critical capabilities.  Recent advancements, such as contactless fingerprints and rapid DNA, are introducing new possibilities – but also creating new issues for these communities.  This session will discuss the changing technical landscape, the challenges and opportunities these capabilities present and the implications they have on the community. The recent NIST assessment on forensic face examiners and AI-based recognition capabilities found that trained humans perform best when coupled with a computer, rather than another person.  This research is challenging the community to investigate new... ...read more...
                Speaker(s)
                Moderator
                Mrs.  Toni Roberts
                Research Program Manager
                Federal Bureau of Investigation
                Speaker
                Jerry Reimers
                Defense Intelligence Senior Leader, DFBA
                Department of Defense
                Lightning Speaker
                Dr.  Joseph DiZinno
                Senior Scientist
                Idemia
                Lightning Speaker
                Ms.  Kate Knorr
                Next Generation Identification (NGI) Program Manger
                FBI Laboratory
                Lightning Speaker
                Matt McCrann
                Director of Sales and Business Development
                Camvi Technologies
                Workshop Speaker
                Patricia Wolfhope
                Program Manager
                Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Branch
                • Session

                Thursday, September 27, 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

                • Room: Ballroom AB Foyer
                • Food Function

                Thursday, September 27, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

                • Room: Ballroom AB
                This session will highlight key insights gleaned from the sessions and “stand-out technologies” identified from the exhibit floor over the past three days.  Federal officials will present their thoughts, and are interested in hearing yours as well.  It’s a relaxing, informal way to close-out the 2018 FedID.  So grab your boxed lunch, take off your tie, and join us for a conversation!...
                Speaker(s)
                Moderator
                John Boyd
                Assistant Director, Futures Identity, Office of Biometric Identity Management
                Department of Homeland Security
                Speaker
                Christopher Miles
                Program Manager
                Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Branch
                Speaker
                Marie Bernoi
                Cheif Liason Officer, Terrorist Screening Center
                Federal Bureau of Investigation
                • Panel Discussion