Partners Perspecta and NextgenID change the game delivering new capabilities in identity proofing, presenting solution to government identity security leaders
Perspecta Inc, a leading U.S. government services provider and NextgenID, a technology leader in high-assurance identity proofing and credentialing solutions, joined forces to unveil the next generation of remote identity proofing technology to government identity security leaders at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, (AFCEA) International’s TechNet Cyber 2020, held December 1-3, 2020. NextgenID’s patent-pending identity solution breakthrough, Supervised Remote In-person Proofing (SRIP), allows remote management of the complete proofing process, with off-site operators guiding the user via live audio and video to validate all required information.
“ID4Africa presented a unique venue for NextgenID to introduce our state-of-the-art identity solutions to industry leaders in government and the private sector, and was an ideal inaugural event for breaking into the African market,” said Mohab Murrar, CEO of NextgenID. “There is an immense need for our technology, made even more relevant by the new post-COVID normal, for identity security online as well as physical safety.”
“Our exciting partnership with Perspecta enables collaboration throughout government and military establishments to deliver the highest levels of identity assurance enrollment while maintaining privacy and security.” Says Mohab Murrar, CEO of NextgenID. “The TechNet Cyber 2020 event provided an exceptionally well-targeted opportunity to expand awareness of our advanced identity solutions, especially our SRIP technology, and introduce next generation identity solutions to government and military thought leaders,” continued Mohab Murrar
Perspecta announced the new relationship with NextgenID in September, highlighting the development of an identity proofing solution to remotely assess and verify the identity of credential applicants to grant physical and network access to government facilities. This partnership combines Perspecta’s architecture, integration and operations expertise with NextgenID’s hardware and identity software.
“The traditional, in-person proofing process for validating identity, accepting documents, verifying their authenticity and issuing credentials is time-consuming both for the government and applicants,” said Jeff Bohling, senior vice president and general manager of Perspecta’s defense group. “Our partnership with NextgenID will provide our federal customers with an innovative, yet fully compliant approach to local and remote identity management that maintains security while simplifying the process.”
Find out more about NextgenID’s SRIP technology and flagship Identity Portals on the company website www.nextgenid.com or call (703) 429-8525 for more information on the future of identity.