As cybersecurity risks continue to grow across government agencies, the little-known world of identity and access management still receives scant attention — but services can't move forward without it.
County CIO Tim Dupuis said the move to a renovated historic building in downtown Oakland has generated opportunities to improve operations as well as encourage collaboration, allowing staff to connect in new ways.
Blockchain, cloud, artificial intelligence, machine learning — the market for how we identify ourselves online is estimated to reach nearly $23 billion by 2025 and is poised to disrupt the way we appear on the Internet.
As they grapple with security and data access, Utah, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Indiana explain how they are leveraging identity and access management to achieve their single sign-on goals for both staff and citizens.
In a survey of state and local government technology leaders, we look at what identity management tools are gaining ground, what challenges agencies face and what role ID access plays across the country.
Often promoted for residents who do not hold drivers’ licenses, like homeless residents, young people and immigrants, ID cards are increasingly being issued in cities to access services like food assistance.