National Security

While protecting our citizen's privacy and adhering to the U.S. Constitution, the United States national security depends on the accurate detection of real and fraudulent identities. Best business practices, public policy, law and technology must ensure dynamic and accurate:

  • Access controls for admissions to secure physical facilities.
  • Access controls for admission to secure networks and data.
  • Authenticate and authorization of individuals and businesses with regard to missions and locations.
  • Identity protection of individuals conducting works on behalf of our nation.

In summary, identity is the asset by which individuals gain access to facilities, networks, and missions. Understanding which set of identity assets to use for context-sensitive enrollment, authentication and authorization is critical to protect secure facilities and networks and protect individuals whose work for our nation.