Person-Centric Identity Management: Rapidly Assimilating Data About a Person of InterestJanuary 2017
Topics: Federal Transition, Homeland Security, Data (General), Government Agency Operations
Recent terrorist attacks in the United States and around the world clearly illustrate the need for the rapid assimilation of data surrounding the perpetrators, both to verify and confirm the identities of perpetrators as well as potentially to expand the actionable identity-related intelligence required to prevent follow-on attacks or terrorist activity.
The U.S. government needs a robust Person-Centric Identity Management (PCIM) capability. PCIM enables the resolution and aggregation of multiple un-linked identity records (and associated data) to form a singular, comprehensive, and high-confidence view of an individual (subject to the appropriate security, privacy, and civil right/civil liberty legal protections).
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