Using a Mobile Device as a Multipurpose Credential

Using a Mobile Device as a Multipurpose Credential

April 12, 2018, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Sands 307 Level 1


This session looks at the ability for managing secure identities on a mobile device.  One of the main points of discussion will involve the use of advanced authentication techniques to enable mobile devices to present digital credentials to physical access control systems. A new identity credential can be provisioned to a mobile device and stored securely on the device or a digital representation of an existing hardware credential, called a derived credential, and can be used by a mobile phone for access or for securing email and other online services.  Discover how to take advantage of the growing need to provide secure PKI-based authentication to services on mobile devices.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Describe how managing secure identities on a mobile device improves authentication across corporate, state and local government.
2. Demonstrate how mobile devices can be provisioned for stronger identity authentication for physical access control systems.
3. Provide secure PKI-based authentication services on mobile devices.


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