Writing she felt ‘honour’ to deliver an opening keynote address at Identity Week America, Kathleen Kiernan in the NEC Today said she was delighted to spotlight digital ID within the federal and aviation sector. She urged thought-leaders to close the “trust gap” in delivering a product or service to the customer, from planning to execution.
The NEC deploys ground-breaking solutions for government use, including end-to-end systems for access control and security, next generation..
The NEC deploys ground-breaking solutions for government use, including end-to-end systems for access control and security, next generation identity verification, processing, advanced analytics, and anomaly detection.
The timeline of trust incorporates paper identification, digitalisation, and connectivity. There is a legion of issues that relate to the need for quality identity experiences including homelessness, as Kathleen explained in her presentation, stepping away from often bland technical explanations around commercial use cases. She advocated that the NEC is creating digital representation for all by developing truly open systems and inclusion.
She echoes this sentiment in NEC Today stating that NEC’s vision of being “truly open and truly trusted” is one of the strengths that has consolidated the 123-year-old company.
In support of a fantastic event, she wrote: “Being with our peers at Identity Week was inspiring and energising. There were spirited discussions about Next Gen identity verification, which reinforces our mission at NEC NSS to apply scientific curiosity with the flexibility to rapidly prototype custom solutions. We look forward to next year’s event!”.