Identity on a Mobile Device: Mobile Identity Proofing in Higher Education and Airport Passenger Experience Use Cases

Identity on a Mobile Device: Mobile Identity Proofing in Higher Education and Airport Passenger Experience Use Cases

The Secure Technology Alliance Identity Council hosted the fourth webinar in its series on mobile identity credential use cases on December 13th, focusing on mobile identity proofing in higher education and airport passenger experience use cases.

With mobile devices in the pocket of almost every consumer, businesses and institutions are seeing a unique opportunity for quick identification and seamless user experiences.  Airports can provide a smoother airport journey for passengers by offering mobile applications and educational institutions can take advantage of increasing mobile usage on campuses to enable more convenient student access to classroom content and systems. This webinar explores these use cases, highlighting key considerations for implementation to promote data security without compromising convenience.

Speakers include: Tom Lockwood, NextgenID; Mark Sarver, Biometric Signature ID; Chris Runde, American Association of Airport Executives; and Randy Vanderhoof, Secure Technology Alliance.

This is the fourth webinar in the Alliance’s series on mobile identity credentialing. Recordings of previous webinars on mobile driver’s licenses, derived credentials, physical and logical access, healthcare, banking and transportation can be found at

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