Making mobile access secure and convenient with derived PIV credentials Hosted by: immixGroup, Intercede and NCCoE
The government workplace is already using tablets and/or smartphones to access secure data, but the existing technology available to reach this data securely can be unwieldy and somewhat outdated. With the introduction of derived PIV credentials, you can use your existing secure technology to access important information without it being a hassle.
Using PIV, CAC, PIV-I, or CIV cards with mobile devices may be secure but impractical and impact user experience
Enabling mobility and complying with federal policy may introduce challenges
Take advantage of already-issued secure identity credentials to issue digital credentials to mobile devices
Ensure the identity is protected on the device, so it cannot be copied or reused
Deliver greater convenience by introducing PIN codes or fingerprints in place of passwords to protect digital credential
Register for this webinar to learn:
What derived PIV credentials (DPC) are
How DPCs can help make access to mobile devices secure and convenient
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