Monday, September 23, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Monday, September 23, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

  • Room: 14, 15, and 16
This year, co-located with FedID is IEEE’s Biometrics: Theory, Applications and Systems (BTAS) Conference, one of the premier global events on biometric recognition – including sensors, image and signal processing, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, and statistics. FedID registrants may attend BTAS oral and poster sessions at no additional cost. Please visit their website for more information http://ieee-biometrics.org/btas2019/Program.html#sh 

    Monday, September 23, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

    • Room: 20
    Approved for 1 GIAC CPE This session will focus upon the operational issues which must be addressed in planning and operating an identification system; recognizing that sustained operation usually is more costly that acquisition. The panel will broadly consider planning, operations, and maintenance activities common to identification systems. It will address the many required planning factors; the personnel considerations in operations, including training and proficiency testing, primary and secondary inspection issues, and disposition of true matches; and the maintaining phase issues.
    Speaker(s)
    Moderator
    James Loudermilk
    Senior Director for Innovation
    Idemia National Security Solutions
    Speaker
    William McKinsey
    Section Chief, Biometric Services Section
    FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Division
    Speaker
    Jerry Tipton
    Biometrics Program Director
    SAIC
    Speaker
    Antonio Trindade
    Vice President
    Dev Technology Group, Inc.
    Tracks:
    • Pre Conference
    • Room: 19
    Approved for 1 CompTIA CEU: A+, Network+, Security+, Cloud+, CySA+, CASP+, Linux+; and 1 GIAC CPE This session will discuss several biometric traits (face, iris, fingerprint) and the techniques used to extract salient information from them in order to represent an individual. Topics related to multi-modal biometrics, performance evaluation, securing biometric templates and privacy will also be briefly discussed. This introductory educational session is tailored to those new to biometrics and other identity technologies, and will focus on introducing basic biometrics concepts from primarily academic, but also government and business perspectives.  The format will be a hybrid lecture and extended Q&A.
    Speaker(s)
    Moderator
    Dr.  Thirimachos Bourlai
    Associate Professor
    West Virginia University
    Speaker
    Paul Grassi
    SVP of Cybersecurity & IdM
    Easy Dynamics Corp
    Tracks:
    • Pre Conference
    • Room: 18
    Approved for 1 CompTIA CEU: A+, Network+, Security+, Cloud+, CySA+, CASP+, Linux+; 1 GIAC CPE; and 1 CertNexus CFR CEC Biometric and identity technology have matured dramatically over the past 5 years.  Commercialization, maturation, and mass adoption have led to new challenges.  This session will provide an introduction to current issues surrounding biometrics and identity technology from the unique perspective of the private sector.  We will cover common challenges facing stakeholders including increased industry competition, integration of identity/biometrics tech in the cloud and on mobile devices, privacy and civil rights concerns, security, and education.
    Speaker(s)
    Speaker
    Benji Hutchinson
    Vice President, Federal Operations
    NEC Corporation of America
    Tracks:
    • Pre Conference

    Monday, September 23, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

    • Room: 19
    Approved for 1 CompTIA CEU: A+, Network+, Security+, Linux+, Cloud+, PenTest+, CySA+, and CASP+; 1 GIAC CPE; and 1 CertNexus CFR CEC Identity is the fabric of the digital ecosystem and cognitive augmentation powered by the latest technologies is the future of identity management. This session will delve into the increasingly important role of artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain and rapid DNA for identity management and biometric authentication. The session will feature government and industry executives from across the identity community sharing their experiences and expertise in the fields of artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, rapid DNA, and behavioral biometrics for...read more...
    Speaker(s)
    Moderator
    Combiz Abdolrahimi
    Emerging Technology & Innovation Leader
    Deloitte
    Panelist
    Shawnna Hoffman
    Global Cognitive Legal Co-Leader & Diversity in Blockchain Co-Founder
    IBM
    Panelist
    Justin Newton
    Founder & CEO
    Netki, Inc.
    Panelist
    Ralph Rodriguez
    Research Scientist, Applied Identity and Intelligence
    Facebook
    Panelist
    Bob Schukai
    Senior Vice President, Identity Solutions
    Mastercard
    Tracks:
    • Pre Conference
    • Room: 18
    Moderated by Mr. Monte Hawkins, the first Director of the National Vetting Center, this session will provide an update from last year's briefing. The session will provide updates and progress made on implementation and execution of NSPM-7 and NSPM-9. Panelists will include industry experts and leaders of the National Vetting Enteprise.
    Speaker(s)
    Moderator
    Monte Hawkins
    Director, National Vetting Center
    National Vetting Center, DHS CBP
    Panelist
    Casie Antalis
    Chief of Staff
    National Vetting Center, DHS, CBP
    Panelist
    Emily Barbero
    Branch Chief, Intelligence & Analysis
    U.S. Department of Homeland Security
    Panelist
    Charles Bartoldus
    Senior Advisor
    CT-Strategies
    Panelist
    Kathleen Lane
    Identity Intelligence Executive
    Office of the Director of National Intelligence
    Panelist
    Lori Vislocky
    Technical Director
    I&A at DHS vice CBP
    Tracks:
    • Pre Conference
    • Room: 20
    As biometric algorithms and sensors continue to improve, operational success of identity solutions depends increasingly on implementation considerations such as training, data sharing, regulatory policies, and man-to-machine interfaces. Panelists will share a broad range of successes, failures, and lessons learned from commercial and government implementations ranging from banking to local law enforcement to military intelligence.
    Speaker(s)
    Moderator
    Scott Swann
    President and CEO
    IDEMIA NSS
    Panelist
    John Boyd
    Assistant Director, Futures Identity, Office of Biometric Identity Management
    Department of Homeland Security
    Panelist
    Greg Carl
    President
    JustUs Management Consulting
    Panelist
    Joseph Courtesis
    Owner
    Jcour-Consulting LLC
    Panelist
    Mike Dillard
    Defense Threat Reduction Agency
    Panelist
    Rudy Wolter
    Global Chief Technology Officer
    Citigroup
    Tracks:
    • Pre Conference

    Tuesday, September 24, 7:00 AM - 6:30 PM

    Tuesday, September 24, 7:30 AM - 8:15 AM

    • Room: Ballroom AB Foyer
    Tracks:
    • Food Function

    Tuesday, September 24, 8:20 AM - 8:30 AM

    • Room: Ballroom B
    Speaker(s)
    Speaker
    Duane Blackburn
    S&T Policy Analyst
    The MITRE Corporation
    Speaker
    Ben Smith
    AFCEA International
    • Session

    Tuesday, September 24, 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM

    • Room: Ballroom B
    The Director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), Ken Blanco, speaks to emerging trends in criminal exploitation of identity and emerging technologies to facilitate illicit finance, as well as efforts by the U.S. government and the financial sector to leverage identity in countering money laundering and terrorist financing.
    Speaker(s)
    Keynote
    Kenneth Blanco
    Director
    Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)
    Tracks:
    • Session

    Tuesday, September 24, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

    • Room: Ballroom C
    Outside of the US government, industry is driving significant innovation in identity - driven by a mix of concerns around security, privacy and a need for improved customer experiences. This panel will provide a snapshot of what's happening in the private sector - and discuss the role that government plays as a partner to industry in delivering better identity solutions.
    Speaker(s)
    Moderator
    Jeremy Grant
    Managing Director, Technology Business Strategy
    Venable LLP
    Speaker
    Derek Hanson
    VP Solutions Architecture & Alliances
    Yubico
    Speaker
    Ken Meiser
    Chief Compliance Officer
    ID Analytics/Symantec
    Speaker
    Bob Schukai
    Senior Vice President, Identity Solutions
    Mastercard
    Tracks:
    • Panel

    Tuesday, September 24, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    • Room: Ballroom B
    Patrick Grother     9:00 – 9:20 Jim Matey            9:20 – 9:40 Mike Garris          9:40 – 10:00 Alper Kerman       10:00 – 10:20 Jonathon Phillips   10:20 – 10:40 John Libert            10:40 – 11:00
    Speaker(s)
    Moderator
    Diane Stephens
    Biometrics Standards Coordinator
    National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
    Speaker
    Michael Garris
    Senior Scientist
    NIST
    Speaker
    Patrick Grother
    Biometrics Testing Project Leader
    NIST/ITL/IAD
    Speaker
    Alper Kerman
    Cybersecurity Engineer
    NIST
    Speaker
    Mr  John Libert
    Physical Scientist
    NIST ITL/IAD Image Group
    Speaker
    James Matey
    Engineer
    NIST
    Speaker
    Dr.  Jonathon Phillips
    Electronic Engineer
    NIST
    Tracks:
    • Session
    • Room: Ballroom A
    9am-9:30am: Biometric Identity Capability that enables National Security & Public Safety, Mr. John Boyd; 9:30am-10:15am: Overview of HART, Mr. David Grauel; 10:15am-11:00am:  Future of Identity: A View from the Lawyer’s Office Panel, Mr. Terence Check, Ms. Kristin Bergman, and Mr. Dwight Greene. Legal and policy considerations factor heavily into government and industry uses of biometric and other identity-related technologies. Lawyers, as a result, constitute as an important stakeholder in the field of biometrics and identity. The panelist examine the role of legal professionals in the development, deployment, and oversight of identity-related programs and technologies, while considering the legal issues that may arise from...read more...
    Speaker(s)
    Moderator
    John Boyd
    Assistant Director, Futures Identity, Office of Biometric Identity Management
    Department of Homeland Security
    Panelist
    Kristin Bergman
    Attorney-Advisor (Intelligence)
    Office of the General Counsel (DHS)
    Panelist
    Terence Check
    Attorney-Advisor
    OBIM
    Panelist
    David Grauel
    Program Manager
    HART, OBIM, DHS
    Panelist
    Dwight Greene
    Section Chief, Privacy, Policy, and FOIA
    OBIM
    Tracks:
    • Session

    Tuesday, September 24, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

    • Room: Ballroom D
    This year, co-located with FedID is IEEE’s Biometrics: Theory, Applications and Systems (BTAS) Conference, one of the premier global events on biometric recognition – including sensors, image and signal processing, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, and statistics. FedID registrants may attend BTAS oral and poster sessions at no additional cost. Please visit their website for more information http://ieee-biometrics.org/btas2019/Program.html#sh 

      Tuesday, September 24, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

      • Room: Ballroom C
      Speaker(s)
      Moderator
      Jeremy Grant
      Managing Director, Technology Business Strategy
      Venable LLP
      Speaker
      Rebecca Archambault
      Trusted Identity Leader
      BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York
      Speaker
      Debbie Bucci
      IT Architect
      Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT; Department of Health and Human Services
      Speaker
      Ryan Howells
      Principal
      Leavitt Partners
      Speaker
      Erick Verry
      Senior Security Advisor
      CVS Health
      Tracks:
      • Session

      Tuesday, September 24, 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

      Tuesday, September 24, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

      • Room: Ballroom A
      Speaker(s)
      Moderator
      Melissa Gische
      Latent Print Technical Leader
      Federal Bureau of Investigation
      Speaker
      Walter Bruehs
      Supervisory Physical Scientist
      FBI Operational Technology Division
      Speaker
      Gary Stroupe
      Supervisory Management and Program Analyst
      FBI, Criminal Justice Information Services Division
      Tracks:
      • Session
      • Room: Ballroom C
      Arguably no industry sector has more exciting things happening in identity than Financial Services.  Drivers for this burst of innovation include security, compliance, and the need to deliver more compelling, low-friction customer experiences. This panel will provide an overview of the ways that banks are bringing new thinking to identity, as well as the ways in which government plays a role in enabling new models for identity. 
      Speaker(s)
      Moderator
      Ross Nodurft
      Senior Directoy of Cybersecurity Services
      Venable LLC
      Speaker
      Donna Beatty
      Executive Director, Digital Identity and Authentication
      JPMorgan Chase
      Speaker
      Malcolm Clarke
      Early Warning Services
      Speaker
      Parker Crockford
      Director of Strategic Accounts and Policy
      Onfido
      Speaker
      Carole House
      Cyber and Emerging Tech Policy Specialist
      Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)
      Tracks:
      • Session
      • Room: Ballroom B
      Approved for 1 CompTIA CEU: A+, Network+, Security+, Linux+, Cloud+, PenTest+, CySA+, and CASP+; 1 GIAC CPE; and 1 CertNexus CFR CEC Panel discussion on activities in the federal government to move to zero trust architectures - sponsored by the Federal CIO Council. Moderator provides background and context on why the Federal CIO Council community is pursuing ZTAs and introduces the panel.  (5 mins) Each panelist tells us what they’ve been doing in the ZTA arena (30 mins):  What they’ve learned (big takeaways) and Where the challenges still lie. (30 mins) Discussion on how to overcome the challenges and next steps.  (15 mins)  Questions from the audience....read more...
      Speaker(s)
      Moderator
      Sylvia Burns
      Deputy Chief information Officer, Enterprise Strategy
      Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
      Panelist
      Timothy Clyde
      Chief Engineer
      NSA
      Panelist
      Alper Kerman
      Cybersecurity Engineer
      NIST
      Panelist
      John Walsh
      Chief Strategy and Technology Officer
      BlackRidge Technology
      Tracks:
      • Session

      Tuesday, September 24, 12:30 PM - 12:45 PM

      • Room: ID: Talks Theater (Exhibit Hall)
      ID:Talks are bonus presentations in the exhibit hall and are not components of the formal agenda produced by the FedID Planning Committee. There are many people and items that need to be accurately tracked at detention and other law enforcement facilities to ensure safety, efficiency, and to facilitate the overall day-to-day activities. Manual processes can be time consuming, easily by-passed, or mistakes can be made. However, biometrics combined with RFID and barcodes can be used to automate processes to reduce human error and save time, and thereby improve efficiency and safety. Specifically, an individual’s movement within a detention facility can be...read more...
      Speaker(s)
      Speaker
      Sanjeev Duggal
      Principal and Co-Founder
      Dev Technology Group, Inc.
      Tracks:

        Tuesday, September 24, 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

        Tuesday, September 24, 12:50 PM - 1:05 PM

        • Room: ID: Talks Theater (Exhibit Hall)
        ID:Talks are bonus presentations in the exhibit hall and are not components of the formal agenda produced by the FedID Planning Committee. The purpose of this brief presentation is to present the use of face recognition (FR) as a powerful tool for identification in public and private use, and to address the mistaken assumptions that FR is subject to exploitation in the US. Within the past few years, face recognition (FR) has become an effective, non-intrusive, mainstream technology. Millions who shunned passwords and other protections on mobile devices and computers have enthusiastically embraced FR. The advantage? Unlike our passports, wallets, and...read more...
        Speaker(s)
        Speaker
        James Loudermilk
        Senior Director for Innovation
        Idemia National Security Solutions
        Tracks:

          Tuesday, September 24, 1:10 PM - 1:25 PM

          • Room: ID: Talks Theater (Exhibit Hall)
          ID:Talks are bonus presentations in the exhibit hall and are not components of the formal agenda produced by the FedID Planning Committee. There is increasing public attention regarding the potential negative impacts of face recognition technology. Current issues with face recognition include concerns regarding how well the technology works for different demographic groups. As part of our work testing biometric technologies for the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (DHS S&T), our research group has investigated this topic. We do find that there are some gaps in the performance of face recognition technology, however, many current media narratives, including...read more...
          Speaker(s)
          Speaker
          Yevgeniy Sirotin
          Scientist Manager, Identity and Data Sciences Lab
          Maryland Test Facility, SAIC
          Tracks:

            Tuesday, September 24, 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

            • Room: ID: Talks Theater (Exhibit Hall)
            ID:Talks are bonus presentations in the exhibit hall and are not components of the formal agenda produced by the FedID Planning Committee. Facial recognition has grown the last 10 years as more players have entered the space. Improvements in algorithms have allowed for the continued growth of facial recognition across many different mediums. Weather we acknowledge it or not, facial recognition is in every aspect of our lives from the way that we unlock our phones, board planes and sort our pictures online. As the technology accelerates, the potential for misuse becomes greater, even if unintentional. Given the wide reaching impacts...read more...
            Speaker(s)
            Speaker
            Stanley Lagrenade
            Project Manager, Advanced Recognition Systems
            NEC Corporation of America
            Tracks:

              Tuesday, September 24, 2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

              • Room: Exhibit Hall Theater
              Speaker(s)
              Keynote
              John Zangardi
              Chief Information Officer
              Department of Homeland Security
              • Keynote

              Tuesday, September 24, 2:30 PM - 2:45 PM

              • Room: Exhibit Hall
                • Room: ID: Talks Theater (Exhibit Hall)
                ID:Talks are bonus presentations in the exhibit hall and are not components of the formal agenda produced by the FedID Planning Committee. If you're still using traditional passwords or 2FA to authenticate users, go ahead and invest resources in a crisis management plan for the inevitable hack coming your way. Cyber espionage is a rapidly growing industry and passwords, in the traditional sense, are dead. Compromised passwords have accounted for 81 percent of data breaches and Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that cybercrime will cost the world around $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015. So how can your...read more...
                Speaker(s)
                Speaker
                Jonathan Nichols
                Principal Biometric Solutions Architect
                ImageWare Systems
                Tracks:

                  Tuesday, September 24, 2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

                  • Room: Ballroom B
                  Treasury leadership and identity experts discuss the critical efforts involving identity underway across the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and the Office of Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes (TFFC) to counter tax fraud and safeguard the financial sector from illicit use.  Treasury panelists will speak to initiatives and latest developments involving: The role of innovation and identity in anti-money laundering and countering terrorism financing (AML/CFT) Identity as a potential promise for efficiency and financial inclusion, and as a potential weapon and attack surface “Know Your Customer” (KYC) requirements for U.S. financial institutions, including customer due diligence (CDD) and...read more...
                  Speaker(s)
                  Moderator
                  Carole House
                  Cyber and Emerging Tech Policy Specialist
                  Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)
                  Panelist
                  Nanette Downing
                  Director, Identity Assurance
                  IRS
                  Panelist
                  Jarod Koopman
                  Director of Cyber Crimes
                  IRS
                  Panelist
                  Jeremy Sausser
                  Director of Strategic Policy
                  FinCEN
                  Panelist
                  Anne Wallwork
                  Senior Counselor for Strategic Policy
                  Office of Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes, U.S. Treasury Department
                  Tracks:
                  • Session

                  Tuesday, September 24, 2:45 PM - 4:45 PM

                  • Room: Ballroom C
                  As state and local governments wrestle with opening up more and more services digitally and supporting a growing technically savvy population, new challenges emerge such as protecting the citizens PII and privacy, reducing fraud, and complying with the ever changing legal and regulatory requirements.  This session will discuss what and how the states and local jurisdictions are planning for new technologies, including the growth of mobile driver's licenses, how the international community is addressing these challenges and the lessons learned, and ideas around how the federal government will need to prepare and leverage these new technologies.
                  Speaker(s)
                  Moderator
                  Matt Thompson
                  Senior Vice President, Identity Solution
                  IDEMIA
                  Speaker
                  Mark Lowe
                  Director
                  Iowa Department of Transportation
                  Speaker
                  Geoff Slagle
                  Director - Identity Management
                  AAMVA
                  Speaker
                  Colin Wallis
                  Executive Director
                  Kantara Initiative, Inc.
                  Tracks:
                  • Session
                  • Room: Ballroom A
                  Speaker(s)
                  Moderator
                  COL  Thomas Clancy USA
                  ICAM/PKI Lead
                  DOD CIO
                  Panelist
                  Tim Baldridge
                  Enterprise Architect
                  Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) Enterprise Services
                  Panelist
                  Rick Moon
                  Cheif, ICAM Section
                  Enterprise IT & Cyber Infrastructure Division
                  Panelist
                  Roger Westman
                  Principal Cyber Engineer
                  MITRE
                  Tracks:
                  • Session

                  Tuesday, September 24, 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM

                  • Room: Ballroom A
                  This session will address the primary ICAM challenges in the Intelligence Community, and interoperability issues with its partners.
                  Speaker(s)
                  Moderator
                  Arthur Friedman
                  Identity Strategist
                  Defense Information Systems Agency
                  Speaker
                  Alyssa Ackerly
                  Technical Director
                  Central Intelligence Agency
                  Speaker
                  John Grove
                  Defense Intelligence Enterprise Engineer
                  Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
                  Speaker
                  Patricia Lee
                  ICAM Systems Engineer
                  DoD CIO
                  Speaker
                  Benjamin Phelps
                  Deputy, Cybersecurity Division and Chair IC ICAM Subcommittee
                  Office of the Director of National Intelligence
                  Speaker
                  Ian Stewart
                  ICAM Technical Director
                  National Security Agency
                  Tracks:
                  • Session

                  Tuesday, September 24, 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

                  • Room: Ballroom B
                  State Department CIO Stuart McGuigan will discuss the critical role of identity, digital modernization, analytics capabilities and IT governance in enabling intelligent, mission-driven decisions that will drive the digital transformation of diplomacy.
                  Speaker(s)
                  Moderator
                  Combiz Abdolrahimi
                  Emerging Technology & Innovation Leader
                  Deloitte
                  Speaker
                  Stuart McGuigan
                  Chief Information Officer
                  U.S. Department of State
                  Tracks:

                    Tuesday, September 24, 4:45 PM - 6:30 PM

                    • Room: Exhibit Hall
                    • Reception

                    Wednesday, September 25, 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM

                    Wednesday, September 25, 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM

                    • Room: Ballroom AB Foyer
                    Tracks:
                    • Food Function

                    Wednesday, September 25, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

                    • Room: Ballroom B
                    There are numerous federal programs that offer both online services and direct support to citizens as the interact with the government.  As many of these service move toward online and mobile solutions, the ability to uniquely identify a person to ensure safe and secure access is becoming hugely important.  This session will highlight some of those services provided and discuss the related Identity management requirements necessary to ensure the right patient or consumers is accessing these services.
                    Speaker(s)
                    Moderator
                    Debbie Bucci
                    IT Architect
                    Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT; Department of Health and Human Services
                    Panelist
                    Jose Arrieta
                    Chief Information Officer
                    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
                    Panelist
                    Mark Scrimshire
                    Blue Button Innovator
                    CMS
                    Tracks:
                    • Session
                    • Room: Ballroom C
                    Speaker(s)
                    Moderator
                    Diane Stephens
                    Biometrics Standards Coordinator
                    National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
                    Speaker
                    Kamran Atri
                    Managing Partner
                    A4SAFE, INC.
                    Tracks:
                    • Session

                    Wednesday, September 25, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

                    • Room: Ballroom A
                    Topics to include: 9:00am - 9:30am: The Material and Non-Material Aspects of Capability Development, Dr. Christine Hughes 9:30am - 10:00am: Looking Beyond Biographics and Biometrics for Identity Intelligence, Kathleen Lane From the Intelligence Community (IC) perspective, Identity Intelligence (I2) is the collection, analysis, exploitation, and protection of identity attributes in support of U.S. national interests.  In order to characterize a person’s identity, activity, and intent we must look beyond just biographic and biometric data.  Contextual data is key to discerning individuals intent.  From the IC’s perspective, to protect the American people our mission involves trying to determine the intent of national security threat...read more...
                    Speaker(s)
                    Moderator
                    Janice Kephart
                    CEO
                    Identity Strategy Partners
                    Speaker
                    Dr.  Christine Hughes
                    Principal Research Scientist
                    Center for Naval Analyses
                    Speaker
                    Kathleen Lane
                    Identity Intelligence Executive
                    Office of the Director of National Intelligence
                    Speaker
                    Jason Lim
                    Identity Management Capability Manager
                    TSA
                    Speaker
                    Steve Yonkers
                    Director, Identity and Credentialing
                    DHS
                    Tracks:
                    • Session

                    Wednesday, September 25, 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

                    • Room: Ballroom D
                    This year, co-located with FedID is IEEE’s Biometrics: Theory, Applications and Systems (BTAS) Conference, one of the premier global events on biometric recognition – including sensors, image and signal processing, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, and statistics. FedID registrants may attend BTAS oral and poster sessions at no additional cost. Please visit their website for more information http://ieee-biometrics.org/btas2019/Program.html#sh 

                      Wednesday, September 25, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

                      • Room: Ballroom B
                      Speaker(s)
                      Moderator
                      COL  Thomas Clancy USA
                      ICAM/PKI Lead
                      DOD CIO
                      Panelist
                      Tim Baldridge
                      Enterprise Architect
                      Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) Enterprise Services
                      Panelist
                      Debbie Bucci
                      IT Architect
                      Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT; Department of Health and Human Services
                      Panelist
                      Daniel Vidosic
                      Tracks:
                      • Session
                      • Room: Ballroom C
                      Speaker(s)
                      Moderator
                      David Steidle
                      VP Identity Operations
                      Synchronoss Technologies
                      Speaker
                      Tim Brown
                      IDEMIA
                      Speaker
                      Dave Culbertson
                      VP of Products
                      Saviynt
                      Tracks:
                      • Session

                      Wednesday, September 25, 11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

                      • Room: ID: Talks Theater (Exhibit Hall)
                      ID:Talks are bonus presentations in the exhibit hall and are not components of the formal agenda produced by the FedID Planning Committee. The world is not short of digital identity solutions. But how does an organization know that it is procuring one that delivers on its promises and conforms to the required standards? No two assessment and assurance programs are the same even tho' some may look like it from the outside. And in many contexts (such as entitlement) digital identity cannot be siloed from the privacy-related challenges of personal data agency, attribute exchange, permissioning and delegation, with the requisite standards...read more...
                      Speaker(s)
                      Speaker
                      Colin Wallis
                      Executive Director
                      Kantara Initiative, Inc.
                      Tracks:

                        Wednesday, September 25, 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

                        • Room: Exhibit Hall
                        Tracks:
                        • Food Function

                        Wednesday, September 25, 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

                        • Room: Exhibit Hall Theater
                        Rapid DNA: From Laboratory Research to Forest Fires will discuss the process by which a new biometric has been created, tested and implemented in the Field.  DNA as a biometric – a fully automated process to accurately identify persons and verify biological relationships – has been in development for 10 years.  DNA has applications that extend beyond any other biometric including verifying family relationships in mass casualty situations and preventing human trafficking.  DNA, and other biometrics, also have implications on science and society that must be addressed.
                        Speaker(s)
                        Keynote
                        Sara Katsanis
                        Research Assistant Professor
                        Northwestern University
                        Keynote
                        Dr.  Amanda Sozer
                        President
                        SNA International
                        Tracks:
                        • Keynote

                        Wednesday, September 25, 12:00 PM - 12:15 PM

                        • Room: ID: Talks Theater (Exhibit Hall)
                        ID:Talks are bonus presentations in the exhibit hall and are not components of the formal agenda produced by the FedID Planning Committee. Achieving Continuous Compliance and Zero Trust with a strong Identity strategy rooted in AI Continuous Compliance and Zero Trust have become a common theme among cyber security vendors and practitioners that involves several layers of security disciplines, processes and technologies. The identity has become the new perimeter, and the continuous governance processes to determine “who has access”, “is the user suitable for access”, “is the access toxic”, “how was the access granted”, “when was the access last certified”, and...read more...
                        Speaker(s)
                        Speaker
                        Frank Briguglio
                        Public Sector Identity Governance Strategist
                        SailPoint
                        Tracks:

                          Wednesday, September 25, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

                          • Room: Exhibit Hall
                          Tracks:
                          • Food Function

                          Wednesday, September 25, 12:20 PM - 12:35 PM

                          • Room: ID: Talks Theater (Exhibit Hall)
                          ID:Talks are bonus presentations in the exhibit hall and are not components of the formal agenda produced by the FedID Planning Committee. With the pervasiveness of identity theft, the sophistication of criminal enterprises, and digital transformation, government agencies are ripe targets for identity-fraud based attacks. Even more challenging for the government is the balance they must maintain between preventing identity fraud attacks and maintaining their core missions of better serving the citizens they were designed to serve. Digital transformation can lead to profound efficiencies yet a lot of ‘user trust’ complications. Mounting concerns around cybersecurity, privacy and fraud detection are pushing...read more...
                          Speaker(s)
                          Speaker
                          Justin Hyde
                          Senior Director
                          LexisNexis Risk Solutions
                          Tracks:

                            Wednesday, September 25, 12:40 PM - 12:55 PM

                            • Room: ID: Talks Theater (Exhibit Hall)
                            ID:Talks are bonus presentations in the exhibit hall and are not components of the formal agenda produced by the FedID Planning Committee. Whooster’s core focus is to provide law enforcement agencies a powerful database tool providing real-time phone number and identity intelligence through unique open-source techniques. Taught by an industry insider, you will discover how to leverage the most up-to-date investigative data available in the market place to identify person(s) of interest. 
                            Speaker(s)
                            Speaker
                            Zach Artz
                            Senior Vice President of Sales
                            Whooster
                            Tracks:

                              Wednesday, September 25, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

                              • Room: Exhibit Hall Theater
                              Speaker(s)
                              Moderator
                              Stephanie Schuckers
                              Professor and Director of the Center for Identification Technology Research (CITeR)
                              Clarkson University
                              Speaker
                              Duane Blackburn
                              S&T Policy Analyst
                              The MITRE Corporation
                              Speaker
                              Logan O'Shaughnessy
                              Attorney
                              Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board
                              Speaker
                              Ralph Rodriguez
                              Research Scientist, Applied Identity and Intelligence
                              Facebook
                              Speaker
                              Prof.  Arun Ross
                              Professor
                              Michigan State University
                              • Session

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

                              • Room: ID: Talks Theater (Exhibit Hall)
                              ID:Talks are bonus presentations in the exhibit hall and are not components of the formal agenda produced by the FedID Planning Committee. Brazil is setting up a national biometric database to guarantee the identity of each citizen. The project started in 2008 with the biometric enrollment of voters and now has over 100 million people in the database, enrolling at a rate of more than 3 million people per month, including rolled tenprints, face and signature. The goal is to register all 210M citizens in the coming years. The project allows Brazil to have a centralized and standardized database and has...read more...
                              Speaker(s)
                              Speaker
                              Cheley Gabriel
                              Director of Operations North America
                              Griaule
                              Tracks:

                                Wednesday, September 25, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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

                                • Room: ID: Talks Theater (Exhibit Hall)
                                ID:Talks are bonus presentations in the exhibit hall and are not components of the formal agenda produced by the FedID Planning Committee. BioVoice is the Security Solution for cutting edge authentication throughout the Enterprise developed by LG-TEK. The patented BioVoice technology, originating within the Tech Transfer program at the National Security Agency, is the culmination of advanced voice spectral research resulting in a flexible, secure, readily deployable cross-platform voice biometric solution. Over the last few years, our BioVoice team has continuously evolved the technology to be language and text-independent for maximum scalability. BioVoice accuracy is scored at or above 96%, with...read more...
                                Speaker(s)
                                Speaker
                                Paul Warner
                                Principal Engineer
                                LG-TEK
                                Tracks:

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

                                  • Room: ID: Talks Theater (Exhibit Hall)
                                  ID:Talks are bonus presentations in the exhibit hall and are not components of the formal agenda produced by the FedID Planning Committee. Current biometric modalities include fingerprint, palm, voice, face, gate, iris and DNA recognition, among others. Our technique involves biometric identification using the retina’s unique blood vasculature pattern. The retina is unique in that this organ is completely sequestered within the eye. Thus, in comparison to the other modalities, images of the retina cannot be obtained without the subject’s knowledge- an important feature in some applications. Additionally, as there is a growing trend towards liveness detection, this technique incorporates laser...read more...
                                  Speaker(s)
                                  Speaker
                                  Dr.  Timothy Cleland MD, MSE
                                  President
                                  Retina Biometrix, LLC
                                  Tracks:

                                    Wednesday, September 25, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

                                    • Room: Ballroom C
                                    Speaker(s)
                                    Moderator
                                    Diane Stephens
                                    Biometrics Standards Coordinator
                                    National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
                                    Speaker
                                    Jeremy Grant
                                    Managing Director, Technology Business Strategy
                                    Venable LLP
                                    Speaker
                                    Benji Hutchinson
                                    Vice President, Federal Operations
                                    NEC Corporation of America
                                    Speaker
                                    Jason Lim
                                    Identity Management Capability Manager
                                    TSA
                                    Tracks:
                                    • Session
                                    • Room: Ballroom B
                                    Identity plays a major role in federal programs that interface with the nation’s population.  For example:  the government must properly align an the individual with their salary information for tax purposes, and must verify an individual and the information associated with that individual before determining their eligibility for benefits.  This session investigates current practices & discusses possibilities for future enhancements by leveraging emerging identity capabilities.
                                    Speaker(s)
                                    Speaker
                                    Duane Blackburn
                                    S&T Policy Analyst
                                    The MITRE Corporation
                                    Speaker
                                    Michael McAdams
                                    Senior Advisor and Chief Architect for Digital Identity
                                    Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of Treasury
                                    Tracks:
                                    • Session
                                    • Room: Ballroom A
                                    The FBI is in the final stages of implementing the Rapid DNA Act of 2017.  Rapid DNA devices are commercial devices that  generate a CODIS DNA profile in under two hours.  Rapid technology has been developed over the last ten years will have a tremendous impact on law enforcement, bringing DNA analysis and database searching to the booking station while an arrestee is in custody.  More recently, emerging direct to consumer DNA technology has added new genetic genealogy searching capabilities that can be leveraged by law enforcement to solve  violent crimes.   Data from these tests were used to develop the...read more...
                                    Speaker(s)
                                    Moderator
                                    Janice Kephart
                                    CEO
                                    Identity Strategy Partners
                                    Speaker
                                    Tina Delgado
                                    Biometrics Analysis Section Chief
                                    Federal Bureau of Investigation Laboratory
                                    Tracks:
                                    • Session

                                    Wednesday, September 25, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

                                    • Room: Ballroom C
                                    Agencies rely on the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Program to help cyber reduce risk to their organizations. Come hear from CDM practitioners how the Program is being implemented within the Federal Goverment and how it supports Federal ICAM. Panelists include Cathy Hall from Sila, Scott Hoge from CGI Federal, Maziar Momeni from Booz Allen Hamilton, and Amir Dastouri from Department of Homeland  Security HQ who will provide an overview of CDM, discuss how CDM fits into other activities at agencies, how CDM relates to FedID, how CDM supports the OMB M-19-17 memo, and other topics as well as questions...read more...
                                    Speaker(s)
                                    Moderator
                                    Ross Foard
                                    IT Specialist (INFOSEC)
                                    CISA
                                    Panelist
                                    Amir Dastouri
                                    Identity Services Branch Manager
                                    DHS HQ
                                    Panelist
                                    Cathy Hall
                                    Practice Lead
                                    Sila Solutions Group
                                    Panelist
                                    Scott Hoge
                                    Director
                                    CGI Federal
                                    Panelist
                                    Maziar Momeni
                                    Sr. Lead Technologist
                                    Booz Allen Hamilton
                                    Tracks:
                                    • Session
                                    • Room: Ballroom A
                                    Approved for 1 CompTIA CEU: A+, Network+, Security+, Cloud+, CySA+, CASP+, Linux+; 1 GIAC CPE; and 1 CertNexus CFR CEC For the military and law enforcement officers and adjudicators, assuring a person is who they say they are - or who they are not - in a timely and accurate manner is paramount to mission-driven decision-making about next steps with the encountered individual. This panel sheds light on the tools and challenges in achieving confidence in identity resolution via case studies, it's often forensic and manual nature, and the role of biometrics in both matching identities and in building reliable watchlists. Use...read more...
                                    Speaker(s)
                                    Moderator
                                    Janice Kephart
                                    CEO
                                    Identity Strategy Partners
                                    Speaker
                                    Brian Broderick
                                    Deputy Chief, Identity and Information Management Division
                                    USCIS
                                    Panelist
                                    COL  Senodja Sundiata-Walker USA
                                    US Army PEO IEW&S PM Biometrics
                                    Tracks:
                                    • Session
                                    • Room: Ballroom B
                                    The NIST Privacy Framework: An Enterprise Risk Management Tool is nearing V1.0 release, but NIST still wants your input! Feedback from public and private sector stakeholders has played a key role at each milestone throughout the development of the framework, and NIST continues to seek your input as they reach for the framework finish line. Attend this session for a closer look at the latest framework draft from NIST, and to share your feedback and insights to help inform the development of Privacy Framework Version 1.0.
                                    Speaker(s)
                                    Moderator
                                    Katie Boeckl
                                    Privacy Risk Strategist
                                    National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
                                    Tracks:
                                    • Session

                                    Thursday, September 26, 7:30 AM - 11:45 AM

                                    Thursday, September 26, 8:00 AM - 8:45 AM

                                    • Room: Exhibit Hall
                                    • Food Function

                                    Thursday, September 26, 8:45 AM - 9:45 AM

                                    • Room: Exhibit Hall Theater
                                    Speaker(s)
                                    Moderator
                                    Combiz Abdolrahimi
                                    Emerging Technology & Innovation Leader
                                    Deloitte
                                    Keynote
                                    Davar Ardalan
                                    Founder and Storyteller in Chief
                                    IVOW
                                    Keynote
                                    Jarod Koopman
                                    Director of Cyber Crimes
                                    IRS
                                    Keynote
                                    Mark Schwartz
                                    Enterprise Strategist
                                    Amazon Web Services
                                    Keynote
                                    Secretary Mac Warner
                                    West Virginia Secretary of State
                                    Tracks:
                                    • Keynote

                                    Thursday, September 26, 9:45 AM - 10:15 AM

                                    • Room: Exhibit Hall

                                      Thursday, September 26, 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM

                                      • Room: Ballroom B
                                      A. Surveillance State B. Fish Bowl Society C. Relevant Legal Precedence for Biometric Applications
                                      Speaker(s)
                                      Moderator
                                      Patrick Clancey
                                      Vice President
                                      IDEMIA Identity and Security
                                      Speaker
                                      Professor  Jonathan Turley
                                      Professor
                                      George Washington Law
                                      Tracks:
                                      • Session

                                      Thursday, September 26, 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM

                                      • Room: Ballroom A
                                      Approved for 1 CompTIA CEU: A+, Network+, Security+, Linux+, Cloud+, PenTest+, and CySA+; 1 GIAC CPE; and 1 CertNexus CFR CEC The way in which we create identities and credentials is evolving - particularly as more agencies and companies embrace digital identity. While digital offers great opportunities, it also poses additional challenges - particularly when it comes to the process of identity proofing. This session will explore some of these challenges - and also dive into the ways in which new models for digital identity proofing are emerging in the marketplace.
                                      Speaker(s)
                                      Moderator
                                      Jeremy Grant
                                      Managing Director, Technology Business Strategy
                                      Venable LLP
                                      Speaker
                                      Caleb Callahan
                                      Vice President of Fraud
                                      Equifax
                                      Speaker
                                      Maria Vachino
                                      Director
                                      Easy Dynamics
                                      Tracks:
                                      • Session

                                      Thursday, September 26, 10:15 AM - 12:30 PM

                                      • Room: Ballroom D
                                      This year, co-located with FedID is IEEE’s Biometrics: Theory, Applications and Systems (BTAS) Conference, one of the premier global events on biometric recognition – including sensors, image and signal processing, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, and statistics. FedID registrants may attend BTAS oral and poster sessions at no additional cost. Please visit their website for more information http://ieee-biometrics.org/btas2019/Program.html#sh 

                                        Thursday, September 26, 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

                                        • Room: Ballroom B
                                        Speaker(s)
                                        Moderator
                                        Patrick Clancey
                                        Vice President
                                        IDEMIA Identity and Security
                                        Panelist
                                        William Graves
                                        Chief Engineer
                                        PM DoD Biometrics
                                        Panelist
                                        Andrew Lock
                                        Legislative Assistant
                                        U.S. Senate
                                        Tracks:
                                        • Session

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

                                        • Room: Ballroom A
                                        Approved for 1 CompTIA CEU: A+, Network+, Security+, Linux+, Cloud+, PenTest+, and CySA+; 1 GIAC CPE; and 1 CertNexus CFR CEC Once a robust credential has been created, there are dozens of ways it can be used.  In the digital world, the tools and applications we apply to use digital identities in online applications are rapidly evolving - with new approaches enabling the promise of federation to be realized, and new tools for risk-based analytics being applied to help ensure the security of transactions behind the scenes, without any active user involvement. This panel will explore some of the ways industry and government...read more...
                                        Speaker(s)
                                        Moderator
                                        Jeremy Grant
                                        Managing Director, Technology Business Strategy
                                        Venable LLP
                                        Speaker
                                        Tim Brown
                                        IDEMIA
                                        Panelist
                                        Andrew Fabrizio
                                        Product Manager
                                        U.S. Small Business Administration
                                        Panelist
                                        Geoff Miller
                                        SVP & Global Head of Fraud & Identity Solutions
                                        TransUnion
                                        Tracks:
                                        • Session

                                        Thursday, September 26, 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM

                                        • Room: Ballroom AB Foyer
                                        Tracks:
                                        • Food Function