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Federated ICAM and Trustmark Pilot for Public Safety Information Sharing: Results and Best Practices
Matthew Moyer (Senior Research Scientist, Georgia Tech Research Institute)
Eric Baker (Systems Analyst for Public Safety Solutions, Texas Department of Public Safety)
Niki Papazoglakis (Principal, Mobility 4 Public Safety)
Sam Dibrell (Chief Executive Officer, Foundation for Trusted Identity)
Joe Mandala (Chief Information Officer, Kansas Bureau of Investigation)
Bill Phillips (Chief Information Security Officer, Nlets - The International Justice & Public Safety Network)
Track: Cybersecurity, Interoperability
Format: Panel Session
Vault Recording: TBD
During this panel session, participant agencies will discuss their experiences, lessons learned, and next steps needed to grow the pilot for Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) into an information sharing ecosystem that can benefit the entire public safety community.
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) and a small group of public safety agencies and stakeholders has been working since 2021 to implement and pilot this program, which included a standards-based Single Sign-On (SSO) technologies and deployed the trustmark framework, a new set of technical standards, software tools, and related resources that were developed by GTRI.
To hear the parameters of the pilot program, attend the earlier overview session.