To help replace the CAC card, Pentagon enlists AI startup
TWOSENSE.AI announced a $2.42 million OTA contract to work with the Defense Information Systems Agency on "invisible continuous multi-factor authentication" for the military.
DOD CIO Deasy: The CAC is here to stay ‘for the foreseeable future’
According to Dana Deasy, the Pentagon's common access card isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
Evolving Government: Moving beyond passwords for seamless identity verification
It’s time to move beyond passwords, 2FA, and other vulnerable and outmoded methods for identity verification, explains Averon's Aaron Mahone in this op-ed.
Evolving identity management crucial for federal cybersecurity, but budget woes slow adoption
According to a new survey, identity management tech is evolving, and to no one's surprise, budgets are making it difficult for agencies to update their systems.
Derived credentials will let feds use smartphones for ID
Government agencies will soon be able to replace the familiar Personal Identity Verification card with a smartphone equipped with a secure chip, two vendors say.