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EMV Payment Tokenization: What’s New
 
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The Secure Technology Alliance and EMVCo hosted a webinar, “EMV® Payment Tokenization: What’s New?” on Thursday, November 16, 2017. The webinar provided an overview from EMVCo of the role EMV payment tokenization plays and discussed what’s new in the latest technical framework version. The webinar topics included: • Brief overview of key work items being progress at EMVCo. • Introduction to EMV payment tokenization, why it is needed and how it differs to security tokenization. • EMVCo’s role in payment tokenization and the processes and common roles it defines. • Insight into ‘what’s new’ in version 2 of the EMV® Payment Tokenization Specification – Technical Framework. Webinar speakers were: • Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, Secure Technology Alliance • Brian Byrne, Director of Operations, EMVco • Clinton Allen, Chair, EMVCo Tokenization Working Group
How to Plan, Procure and Deploy a PIV-Enabled Physical Access Control System Part 2
 
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The Secure Technology Alliance Access Control Council is holding a six-part webinar series on how to plan, procure and implement PIV-enabled physical access control systems (PACS) for government facilities. The series, created for systems engineers, facility managers, physical security personnel, and other government facilities’ stakeholders, launched in October 2017 and will continue into 2018. To register for upcoming webinars: https://www.securetechalliance.org/how-to-plan-procure-and-deploy-a-piv-enabled-physical-access-control-system/ Part 2: “Facility Characterization and Risk Assessment,” discusses project planning, including how to characterize a facility and establish the risk to the facility. Speakers included: Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance; Lars Suneborn, Secure Technology Alliance; Mike Kelley, Parsons; William Windsor, DHS.
Contactless Payments: Issuer Benefits and Considerations
 
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Contactless payments provide U.S. merchants and issuers with an opportunity to improve payments security, transaction speeds and the customer experience. With the move to EMV chip technology, the POS infrastructure is also being enabled to support contactless payments – which delivers a host of benefits to merchants, issuers and their customers. The Secure Technology Alliance Payments Council hosted a webinar on contactless EMV payments for issuers. The webinar discussed the status of U.S. and global contactless deployment, the benefits of contactless payments and key implementation considerations. Webinar presenters were: Andreas Aabye, Visa; Jose Correa, NXP Semiconductors; Oliver Manahan, Infineon Technologies; Cathy Medich, Secure Technology Alliance; Jamie Topolski, Fiserv
How to Plan, Procure and Deploy a PIV-Enabled Physical Access Control System Part 1
 
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The Secure Technology Alliance Access Control Council is holding a six-part webinar series on how to plan, procure and implement PIV-enabled physical access control systems (PACS) for government facilities. The series, created for systems engineers, facility managers, physical security personnel, and other government facilities’ stakeholders, launched in October 2017 and will continue into 2018. To register for upcoming webinars: https://www.securetechalliance.org/how-to-plan-procure-and-deploy-a-piv-enabled-physical-access-control-system/ Part 1: “How to Plan, Procure and Deploy a PIV-Enabled PACS,” provides an overview of the PACS landscape, identify the key stakeholders and outline what to know before starting a new project. Speakers included: Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance; Lars Suneborn, Secure Technology Alliance; Mike Kelley, Parsons; William Windsor, DHS.
Identity on a Mobile Device
 
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Establishing and using identity on a mobile device can enable stronger authentication and digital signature capabilities for use in applications such as digital driver’s licenses, banking, retail and access control. The webinar, “Identity on a Mobile Device,” provides information for businesses, mobile device, software and application providers and OEMs looking to understand and accept mobile identity credentials. Speakers include: David Coley, Intercede; David Kelts, IDEMIA; Tom Lockwood, NextgenID, Inc.; Geoff Slagle, AAMVA; Suraj Sudhakaran, Gemalto; and Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance. As the world becomes increasingly digital and mobile, organizations are looking for ways to leverage identity on a mobile device to better authenticate citizens, customers and employees. This webinar provides the groundwork for understanding how to establish and use a mobile identity through real-world use cases that are relevant to multiple industry sectors. Through this webinar, attendees will hear: • An overview of and drivers for using mobile identity credentials • Use cases that establish and use identity credentials in mobile devices, including: mobile driver’s licenses and strong authentication using mobile derived credentials • Next steps for leveraging mobile identity credentials
Identity on a Mobile Device: Physical and Logical Access Use Cases
 
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The Secure Technology Alliance Identity Council hosted the second webinar in its series on mobile identity credential use cases on July 26th. Mobile identity credentialing can create a more secure and convenient experience for many applications for both consumers and businesses. The webinar explores the uses of mobile identity credentials for physical and logical access security. This webinar discusses the benefits of using mobile credentials and explains how they can enable stronger authentication and secure authorization when accessing physical facilities, computers, networks and online applications. Speakers include: Neal Fallon, HID Global; Dr. John Fessler, Exponent; Tom Lockwood, NextgenID, Inc.; and Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance. The first webinar in the series presented mobile driver’s licenses and derived PIV credentials and is available at https://www.securetechalliance.org/identity-on-a-mobile-device-webinar/. Additional webinars in the series are expected to be scheduled this summer.
Contactless Payments: Merchant Benefits and Considerations
 
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Contactless payments provide U.S. merchants and issuers with an opportunity to improve payments security, transaction speeds and the customer experience. With the move to EMV chip technology, the POS infrastructure is also being enabled to support contactless payments – which delivers a host of benefits to merchants, issuers and their customers. The Secure Technology Alliance Payments Council hosted a webinar on contactless EMV payments for merchants. The webinar discussed the status of U.S. and global contactless deployment, the benefits of contactless payments and key implementation considerations. Webinar presenters were: Roberto Cardenas, TSYS; Jose Correa, NXP Semiconductors; Allen Friedman, Ingenico; Oliver Manahan, Infineon Technologies; Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance
How to Plan, Procure and Deploy a PIV Enabled Physical Access Control System Part 6
 
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Use Cases and Lessons Learned The Secure Technology Alliance Educational Institute and Access Control Council held a six-part webinar series on how to plan, procure and implement PIV-enabled physical access control systems (PACS) for government facilities. The series was created for systems engineers, facility managers, physical security personnel, and other government facilities’ stakeholders.
Identity on a Mobile Device: Mobile Identity Proofing in Higher Education & Airport Use Cases
 
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The Secure Technology Alliance Identity Council hosted the fourth webinar in its series on mobile identity credential use cases on December 13th, focusing on mobile identity proofing in higher education and airport passenger experience use cases. With mobile devices in the pocket of almost every consumer, businesses and institutions are seeing a unique opportunity for quick identification and seamless user experiences. Airports can provide a smoother airport journey for passengers by offering mobile applications and educational institutions can take advantage of increasing mobile usage on campuses to enable more convenient student access to classroom content and systems. This webinar explores these use cases, highlighting key considerations for implementation to promote data security without compromising convenience. Speakers include: Tom Lockwood, NextgenID; Mark Sarver, Biometric Signature ID; Chris Runde, American Association of Airport Executives; and Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance. This is the fourth webinar in the Alliance’s series on mobile identity credentialing. Recordings of previous webinars on mobile driver’s licenses, derived credentials, physical and logical access, healthcare, banking and transportation can be found at https://www.securetechalliance.org/identity-on-a-mobile-device-webinar-series/.
How to Plan, Procure and Deploy a PIV-Enabled Physical Access Control System: Part 4
 
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Part 4: "Developing the Procurement Strategy," discusses project responsibilities, standards, procurement vehicles, draft contracts, budgeting/funding, proposal evaluation and contract award. Speakers included: Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance; Lars Suneborn, Secure Technology Alliance; Daryl Hendricks, GSA; Kevin Mitchell, GSA; Jason Rosen, U.S. Capitol Police
How to Plan, Procure and Deploy a PIV-Enabled Physical Access Control System Part 3
 
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The Secure Technology Alliance Educational Institute and Access Control Council is holding a six-part webinar series on how to plan, procure and implement PIV-enabled physical access control systems (PACS) for government facilities. The series, created for systems engineers, facility managers, physical security personnel, and other government facilities’ stakeholders, launched in October 2017 and will continue into 2018. Part 3: “Establishing the Project Scope,” discusses identifying risks to be mitigated, measuring effectiveness, and identifying potential solutions and providers. Speakers included: Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance; Lars Suneborn, Secure Technology Alliance; Mike Kelley, Parsons; Mark Steffler, Quantum Secure.
IoT Security: Mitigating Security Risks in Secure Connected Environments Webinar
 
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It has been almost two years since the record-breaking DDoS attacks used hundreds of thousands of IoT devices-turned-botnets to take down popular websites across the internet. But how much has IoT security improved since then? The Secure Technology Alliance IoT Security Council is hosted a webinar to discuss today’s most common IoT security vulnerabilities and how to mitigate them. Speakers include: Steve Hanna, Infineon Technologies; Josh Jabs, Entrust Datacard; John Neal, NXP Semiconductors; Sri Ramachandran, G+D Mobile Security; and Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance. The webinar discusses: • The biggest security risks facing IoT implementations today • The security considerations for each stage in the IoT device life cycle • Practical mitigation approaches and technologies to improve security and privacy • Use cases that describe how these approaches are being adopted in the industrial, financial and automotive industries
Identity on a Mobile Device: Healthcare, Banking and Transportation Use Cases
 
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The Secure Technology Alliance Identity Council hosted the third webinar in its series on mobile identity credential use cases on Sept. 20th, focusing on identity and payment applications in healthcare, banking and transit industries. The healthcare, banking and transit industries each have unique identity issues that mobile devices can help to solve from both usability and security perspectives. Attendees will come away from this webinar with an understanding of the opportunities and challenges around mobile identity in these industries. Speakers include: Jeffrey Fountaine, Ingenico Group; Judy Keator, SecurKey Technologies; Jerry Kane, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA); Tom Lockwood, NextgenID, Inc.; and Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance. The first two webinars in the series presented mobile driver’s licenses, derived PIV credentials and access control use cases and are available at https://www.securetechalliance.org/identity-on-a-mobile-device-webinar-series/. Additional webinars in the series are expected to be scheduled later this fall.
How to Plan, Procure and Deploy a PIV-Enabled Physical Access Control System: Part 5
 
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The Secure Technology Alliance Educational Institute and Access Control Council is holding a six-part webinar series on how to plan, procure and implement PIV-enabled physical access control systems (PACS) for government facilities. The series, created for systems engineers, facility managers, physical security personnel, and other government facilities’ stakeholders, launched in October 2017 and will continue into 2018. Part 5: “Implementing the Solution,” discusses project dependencies, monitoring and reporting plans, final system design, equipment installation and testing, training, operation and lifecycle management. Speakers included: Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance; Lars Suneborn, Secure Technology Alliance; Mark Dale, XTec, Inc.; Tony Damalas, SigNet Technologies, Inc.
Secure Technology Alliance Forms From Expanded Smart Card Alliance Mission
 
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The Smart Card Alliance held a member webinar on February 22 to present the organization’s mission expansion to include a broader range of security technologies and its name change to Secure Technology Alliance. The presentation discussed the reasons for the expanded charter and its expected positive impact on members, the market and the industry councils. Presenters were: Randy Vanderhoof, Smart Card Alliance; Brian Russell, Giesecke & Devrient, Board chair; Cathy Medich, Smart Card Alliance.

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