News and Events

December 07, 2017

 In this webinar, the NCCoE’s Bill Fisher will demonstrate their Mobile Application Single Sign-On project, a reference design that integrates FIDO multifactor authentication (MFA) with mobile single sign on (SSO) for native and web applications, designed to help reduce the number of credentials PSFR must juggle and decrease time spent on authentication.

June 19, 2017

NCCoE security engineer Bill Fisher will be presenting a session on NCCoE projects on June 19 from 9am to 12pm at the Cloud Identity Summit. Presentations will include overviews of the Mobile Application Single Sign-On project and the Multifactor Authentication for e-Commerce project. NCCoE security engineer Christopher Brown will present a deeper dive on the NCCoE's Derived PIV Credentials project on June 22 at 11:15am. The summit brings together the best of industry and enterprise presenters and experts to share insights and to synthesize new ideas. The summit will be held from June 19-22 at the Sheraton Grand...

June 12, 2017

On June 12-14, 2017, NIST’s Public Safety Communications Research Division (PSCR) will host its annual Public Safety Broadband Stakeholder Meeting, which brings together representatives from public safety, Federal agencies, industry, and academia. Participants will hear from PSCR engineers about testing updates, upcoming R&D efforts, and opportunities to get involved. PSCR will also invite industry leaders and public safety partners to present on cutting-edge technology trends, features, and functionalities. The annual Stakeholder Meeting enables PSCR to receive direct input, guidance, and feedback from their diverse stakeholder community. NCCoE Security Engineer William Fisher will provide a project overview, architecture presentation, and demonstration of the NCCoE's...

June 07, 2017

The NCCoE is working with the public safety and first responder (PSFR) community to develop a Mobile Application Single Sign-On (SSO) solution to assist PSFR personnel in immediately accessing critical public safety data during states of emergency. After publishing a final ...

May 24, 2017

Motorola Solutions, Nok Nok Labs, Ping Identity, StrongAuth, and Yubico have joined the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) as technology collaborators in the Mobile Application Single Sign-On (SSO) project. As part of this collaboration, NIST will compose and release a publicly available Cybersecurity Practice Guide (Special Publication 1800 series) that will document the reference design and help public safety and first responder (PSFR) organizations implement multifactor authentication and mobile application SSO in their own environments.

November 30, 2016

The National Institute of Standards and Technology's National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence on Tuesday issued a call for organizations to provide products and technical knowledge to support new cybersecurity platforms for “mobile application single sign on” capabilities for the public safety sector and first responders.

August 02, 2016

The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) has collaborated with the first responder community to draft a proposed reference design for both multifactor authentication and mobile single sign-on to help overcome security concerns regarding public safety data in the field. The draft is aimed directly at the public safety/first responder community and details all the standards-based technical options that public safety organizations will need to consider incorporating into their mobile security services.

July 31, 2016

The NCCoE published a draft project description, Mobile Application Single Sign-on, and will collaborate with industry, academy and government experts as well as members of the Public Safety and First Responder community and vendors of cybersecurity systems to build integrated, open, end-to-end reference design. The NCCoe will aim to deliver single sign-on capacity for native, web and browser-based applications.

July 28, 2016

Developed by NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE), in collaboration with the responder community, the draft discusses all the standards-based technical options and trade-offs that public safety organizations will need to build out a range of mobile security services for their users.