June 18

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Agencies face a tough balancing act when authenticating customers: Mounting concerns around security, privacy and fraud detection are pushing CIOs to tighten identity requirements. At the same time, citizen demand for better digital experiences means that digital identity processes must be convenient and user friendly.

Join us to learn how government agencies are implementing technologies and techniques pioneered by the e-commerce and financial services industries to verify user identity, enable single sign-on and securely provide other citizen-friendly online services. During this 60-minute webcast, our panel of public-sector and industry experts will:

  • Provide visibility and insight into patterns and emerging cybercrime and digital identity-based threats
  • Show you what state-of-the art digital identity practices look like and how they work
  • Explain how these capabilities can be implemented more cost-effectively than you may think
  • Give you a first-hand look at how leading state and local agencies are putting these tools to work


Chris Reimann

Chris Reimann

Vice President and Principal, KS&R, Inc.

With over 20 years industry experience, Chris Reimann has broad consulting background guiding clients in the risk management and technology sectors with market opportunity analysis, fraud and financial crime assessment, customer needs exploration and new product/service development.

Otto Doll

Otto Doll — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

As the Minneapolis CIO for seven-plus years, Mr. Doll was responsible for all City IT services. Formerly South Dakota's CIO for 15 years with responsibility for all state government computing, telecommunications, state radio, and public broadcasting. While with IT research firms, Mr. Doll has advised Fortune 1000, Federal, State, and Local Government CIOs on information technology assessment and alignment to business needs. He has served as a Director with the United States General Services Administration, developing information technology strategic plans and oversight policy. Mr. Doll received his Computer Science degree from Virginia Tech and is a Senior Executive Fellow of the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He is a past President of NASCIO — a national organization of state CIOs. He also is a past President of the Metropolitan Information Exchange (MIX) — a national organization of city and county CIOs. Mr. Doll was named to Government Technology's Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers.