Steven Humphreys was appointed Identiv CEO in September 2015 and has been a member of the Board of Directors since 1996. Mr. Humphreys brings over three decades of industry experience as a leader of security technology companies, focusing on government-grade logical and physical access control, secure credentials and digital identity solutions, RFID and mobile app software. The companies he’s led include SCM Microsystems (early developer of CAC/PIV readers and apps), ActivCard (CAC card specification, platform and apps), Hirsch/Identiv (low cost/high security access control) and others. Mr. Humphreys holds a B.S. degree from Yale University and M.S. and M.B.A. degrees from Stanford University.
Last year, the need to modernize physical access control systems was underscored in discussions at SIA GovSummit. This year, experts from government agencies and the security software industry will share the lessons learned in their efforts to modernize government security systems. Specifically, the panel will discuss how they standardized legacy technologies like access control, video management and other physical security systems and integrated data silos from those systems to provide centralized visibility and improved safety for their facilities. In addition to sharing their experiences, insights and road maps in architecting these systems, the panel will also discuss the changes in policies that were needed to address the challenges and risks that face highly secured government facilities.