Kyle Neuman, Managing Director of SAFE Identity, to Serve as Speaker at GovConWire’s “How to Increase Cybersecurity and Return on Investment of Existing PIV Infrastructure for Cross-Agency Encryption” Webinar on June 30th

Kyle Neuman, Managing Director of SAFE Identity, to Serve as Speaker at GovConWire’s “How to Increase Cybersecurity and Return on Investment of Existing PIV Infrastructure for Cross-Agency Encryption” Webinar on June 30th
Kyle Neuman

Kyle Neuman, managing director of SAFE Identity, will serve as a speaker during the exclusive “How to Increase Cybersecurity and Return on Investment of Existing PIV Infrastructure for Cross-Agency Encryption” Webinar on Tuesday, June 30th, exclusively on GovConWire and free of cost.

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Neuman’s security solution development has driven real ROI for the health community. His leadership has assisted technical specialists at SAFE Identity collaborate to improve security through flawless execution and a practical approach.

Recently, SAFE Identity partnered with the Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (H-ISAC) on June 1st to enable H-ISAC members to join the SAFE Policy Management Authority (PMA), the governing body of the SAFE Identity Trust Framework.

“Existing members can continue to utilize the ecosystem for the use cases and principles on which SAFE-BioPharma was founded while also taking advantage of the new capabilities SAFE is bringing to the table,” Neuman stated in regards to the framework.

The framework will enable members to vote on identity policies and join working groups aimed at helping healthcare organizations implement strong identity solutions as well as address identity challenges faced across healthcare.

Neuman’s vision for leading system design, engineering, FPKI policy, NIST standards, project management for I.T. security, software development, and system implementation projects has given him the experience to guide the future of SAFE Identity.

“As we examine the future, we look forward to advising H-ISAC on the principles necessary to leverage a federated infrastructure and start tackling the most pressing identity challenges in healthcare including TEFCA and health information exchange, identification of medical devices, blockchain technology, and achieving a true portable patient ID that can be used across healthcare,” Neuman added.

During the webinar, Neuman will explore the barriers and shortfalls of wide scale adoption of Personal Identity Verification (PIV) encryption between federal agencies and the challenges they face when adhering to Office of Management and Budget (OMB) directive M-19-17.

 

Neuman will be joined by Dr. Chris Edwards, chief technical officer of Intercede; Sam Andoni, founder and president of Zeva Inc.; and Jeff Nigriny, president and founder of Certipath and Mike Horkey, founder and CEO of Tru-Concepts LLC as the event’s moderator.

The speakers will dive into the importance of encryption, barriers to adoption and how new technologies are solving these challenges. Attendees will learn how federal agencies can increase the return on investment and cybersecurity by using their existing PIV and PKI encryption infrastructure by using it the way it was intended.

Join GovConWire’s “How to Increase Cybersecurity and Return on Investment of Existing PIV Infrastructure for Cross-Agency Encryption” FREE Webinar on Tuesday, June 30th.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to hear public sector leaders discuss how federal agencies can increase the return on investment and cybersecurity. Register here for the event.

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