Securing Mobile Access for the Government with the MobileIron PIV-D Entrust App
Category : Mobile Iron
Presented by: Sean Frazier, Chief Technical Evangelist – Federal, MobileIron | Dan Miller, US Federal Sales Manager, Entrust Datacard
MobileIron recently announced a technology alliance partnership to deliver Derived Credentials (PIV-D) for next-generation multi-factor authentication with Entrust IdentityGuard Mobile Smart Credential.
Derived Credentials will allow the Government Agenciesas well as other regulated industries (i.e. Finance, Banking, Health Care) that are using smart cards for authentication to easily extend this technology to mobile devices, providing strong, password-less authentication to the most sensitive of resources including Web, Email and Applications.
The new MobileIron PIV-D Entrust app will support the General Services Administration’s Federal Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) architecture and is compliant with NIST SP 800-157.
Join MobileIron and Entrust Datacard for an informative session that will show you how their Derived PIV Mobile Smart Credential solution can help you to:
- Deploy and manage existing and new mobile devices and applications
- Derive a PIV compliant mobile smart credential from your existing smart cards
- Use protected applications to securely access to tools you need to do your job while in the field