How Can Government Deploy Citizen Identity at Scale?

    Thursday, September 10, 2020: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Speaker(s)

    Moderator
    MATT THOMPSON
    SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, IDENTITY SOLUTIONS
    IDEMIA
    Speaker
    CAROLE HOUSE
    CYBER AND EMERGING TECH POLICY SPECIALIST
    FINANCIAL CRIMES ENFORCEMENT NETWORK (FINCEN)
    Speaker
    PHIL LAM
    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF IDENTITY - TRANSFORMATION TE
    U.S. GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
    Speaker
    STUART VAETH
    VICE PRESIDENT, DIGITAL IDENTITY - CYBER & INTELL
    MASTERCARD

    Description

    Digital identity has the potential to positively transform citizen engagement and access to government services in the digital age. However, ensuring broad availability and acceptance of government supported digital identity is an uncertain endeavor that requires careful planning.
    This session will explore various approaches government has used to deploy digital identity at scale and share key lessons learned as well as pitfalls to avoid particularly in a post-COVID world.
    Hear from government and industry experts on the merits and drawbacks of various digital identity deployment models such as building it agency-by-agency, leveraging commercially-issued identity, or federating an existing government digital credential. Finally, hear how key regulations and guidelines such as NIST SP 800-63-3, Know Your Customer (KYC), and Customer Due Diligence (CDD) should factor into a deployment.