COVID-19 has caused users and providers to be concerned about their health and personal safety.
This raises new concerns about enterprise IT security in the workplace. The "normal" routine for
identity credential enrollment would not have been deemed particularly dangerous before this
pandemic swept the globe. Enrollees, agents, and other employees have worked in close quarters
for years when performing workflow processes that result in the issuance of credentials that
grant physical and logical access to the user community. On the other hand, federal agencies are
using the latest technologies and Supervised Remote Identity Proofing (SRIP) to adjust critical
business practices, such as enrollment for these high-assurance badges or credentials, to meet
the increased demand for personal safety precautions.
Identity Proofing of government and commercial employees and contractors is necessary, but the current system puts agents and enrollees at risk of illness due to close personal contact. In addition, the security measures that make these credentials effective must not be compromised or forgotten as organizations change their operations and workflows to avoid new health risks.
If government entities, agencies, and enterprise organizations are considering making changes to the enrollment process due to COVID-19, keep in mind that reducing identity proofing can be problematic. It's important to remember that the number of compromised identity data records in 2018 was 3.3 billion and 7.9 billion in 2019. Reduced identity proofing requirements and the amount of identity data available from theft can result in a significant risk of fraudulent enrollments. The trust fabric established through HSPD-12 high assurance credentialing can be destroyed by this alone.
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