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Trusted Identities Group

improving online identity for individuals and organizations >> promoting government and commercial adoption of privacy-enhancing, secure, interoperable, and easy to use identity solutions >> driving trust, convenience, and innovation in digital identity

WHAT'S NEW?

Catch the NIST Cybersecurity for IoT Program and Privacy Engineering Program at CES in January!

Special Publication 800-63: Digital Identity Guidelines errata now published - check out the publication!

Now available: FAQs about SP 800-63. You asked. We answered. Read about the new release.

LEARN MORE ABOUT DIGITAL IDENTITY...

for individuals

for agencies and organizations

for our stakeholders

 

trusted identities pilots impact

QUICK LINKS

Special Publication 800-63: Digital Identity Guidelines | moreTrusted identities pilots | moreAbout the Trusted Identities Group | more

Videos

Naomi Lefkovitz @ K(NO)W Identity Conference

Mike Garcia @ Fed Scoop

all videos

Contacts

trustedidentities@nist.gov