Deputy Director, Biometric and Identity Technology Center, Science and Technology Directorate
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Jon Prisby serves as the deputy lead of the Biometric and Identity Technology Center within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate. Prior to joining DHS, he worked as a senior product manager at several startups in health care, supply chain risk management using big data, artificial intelligence and human-centered design to solve complex abstract problems and deliver simple delightful experiences via software-as-a-service platforms. Before going back to the private sector in 2019, Prisby was a civic technologist, serving as a co-founder and deputy director of login.gov in 18F General Services Administration. He started his career in consulting for cybersecurity, software development, counterterrorism and health care and kept finding an enduring interest in digital identity across sectors.
Why Federal Agencies Should Leverage ISO 18013-5 Mobile Credentials Beyond Mobile Driver’s Licenses (Co-Presented With the Secure Technology Alliance)
This session will explore why federal agencies should be interested in advancing implementation of mobile credentials. The technical model of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard for mobile driver’s licenses (mDLs), ISO 18013-5, has been recognized by both public- and private-sector entities and organizations as a viable and secure foundation for mobile credentials other than mDLs. ISO 18013-5 defines a mobile document (mDoc) structure that accommodates use-case specific custom identifiers and attributes. mDoc identifiers and attributes are cryptographically authenticated by relying parties, using a suite of interoperable interfaces which can support local and remote (offline and online) validation.