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* The PIV card is the first instantiation of [https://piv.idmanagement.gov/ Personal Identity Verification] (PIV) user credential used for access to US government resources both digital and physical.
 
* The PIV card is the first instantiation of [https://piv.idmanagement.gov/ Personal Identity Verification] (PIV) user credential used for access to US government resources both digital and physical.
 
* Later the concept of [[Derived Credential]] was created to extend the capability of PIV into other form factors, such as [[Smart Phone]]s.
 
* Later the concept of [[Derived Credential]] was created to extend the capability of PIV into other form factors, such as [[Smart Phone]]s.
* [https://nist.gov/news-events/events/2020/12/draft-fips-201-3-virtual-public-workshop FIPS 201-3 Virtual Public Workshop] has the notice and recordings of the workshop on migration from PIV-2 to PIV-3.
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* [https://nist.gov/news-events/events/2020/12/draft-fips-201-3-virtual-public-workshop FIPS 201-3 Virtual Public Workshop] has the notice and recordings of the workshop on migration from PIV-2 to PIV-3.<blockquote>Topics include 1) PIV identity proofing and enrollment, 2) PIV card updates and associated authentication mechanisms 3) expansion of PIV credentials/authenticators in the form of Derived PIV credentials, 4) PIV federation as a means for interagency interoperability. Federal Agencies and industry representatives are invited to the virtual event on the Draft FIPS 201-3.</blockquote>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 08:56, 18 December 2020

Full Title or Meme

A User Device in the shape of a credit card that contains (at a minimum) a communications channel and secure store and processing with user secrets.

Context

Problems

Solutions

PIV Card

  • The PIV card is the first instantiation of Personal Identity Verification (PIV) user credential used for access to US government resources both digital and physical.
  • Later the concept of Derived Credential was created to extend the capability of PIV into other form factors, such as Smart Phones.
  • FIPS 201-3 Virtual Public Workshop has the notice and recordings of the workshop on migration from PIV-2 to PIV-3.
    Topics include 1) PIV identity proofing and enrollment, 2) PIV card updates and associated authentication mechanisms 3) expansion of PIV credentials/authenticators in the form of Derived PIV credentials, 4) PIV federation as a means for interagency interoperability. Federal Agencies and industry representatives are invited to the virtual event on the Draft FIPS 201-3.

References