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美国国家网络安全中心与数字身份认证组织ID2020联盟合作

2020-7-10 14:47

 

今天,数字身份组织ID2020联盟宣布了它的最新合作伙伴——国家网络安全中心(NCC)。


ID2020联盟得到了埃森哲(Accenture)、微软(Microsoft)、洛克菲勒基金会(Rockefeller Foundation)和万事达(Mastercard)等知名机构以及美慈(Mercy Corps)、Kiva和Gavi(疫苗联盟)等非营利组织的支持。其宣言承认,超过10亿人无法证明自己的身份,因此无法获得基本服务。


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今天,ID2020宣布了它最新的联盟伙伴——国家网络安全中心(NCC)。


ID2020成立于2016年,旨在通过将非营利组织、公司和政府联合起来,推动采用和实施用户管理、保护隐私、便携式数字身份解决方案,确保所有人都能获得更好形式的数字身份。


美国国家网络安全中心(NCC)于2016年由前科罗拉多州州长约翰·希肯卢珀(John Hickenlooper)创立,是一家总部位于科罗拉多州斯普林斯的非营利机构,致力于促进网络创新和网络意识。


ID2020执行董事达科塔·格鲁纳说:“我们很高兴欢迎国家网络安全中心加入ID2020联盟。”“由于技术发展如此迅速,许多曾经需要通过传统方式进行的面对面交易,如今都被数字化了。”网络威胁,无论是犯罪还是国家发起的,都凸显了ID2020和NCC共同努力的紧迫性和重要性。我们期待分享我们的专业知识,并向他们世界级的网络安全专家团队学习。”


以“保护世界”为使命,NCC有四个主要倡议:


“确保投票”旨在提高美国选民对计票准确性的信心,并增强他们对解决投票基础设施关键漏洞的可能办法的认识。这次投票支持各司法管辖区通过协调和评估全国各地的试点,为海外选民提供安全、可审计的移动投票选择。

安全的智慧城市:随着城市的不断发展,智能设备之间的超互联性和城市化进程推动了对城市运营效率的需求,但对安全的担忧阻碍了一些具有“智能”议程的城市的整体发展。

NCC的网络教育项目提供网络安全方面的领导作用,其主要支柱之一是K-12教育。在我们国家解决网络安全人才的关键缺口之际,NCC强调了网络教育的重要性,通过项目和伙伴关系,邀请学生参与一个生态系统,鼓励他们学习、探索和培养自己的技能。


NCC的K-12倡议,国家网络安全中心学生联盟(NCCSA)为初高中学生提供机会,通过有趣的,互动的,具有挑战性的营地,实地考察旅行,讲习班和活动来提高技术素养。NCC鼓励面向所有学生的STEM教育,特别关注为女孩和网络生态系统中其他代表性不足的群体创造邀请和合作机会。

空间信息共享和分析中心(ISAC)是一个独立的非营利组织,其使命是促进全球航天行业的合作,以提高我们准备和应对漏洞、事件和威胁的能力;在成员实体之间及时传播可采取行动的信息;并作为该部门关于这些信息的主要通信渠道。


“随着我们越来越多的身份信息在网上,数字公民成为一个越来越重要的空间,”NCC商业和政府倡议主任福雷斯特·森提说。“NCC保护网络空间的工作与ID2020保护个人网络身份的工作直接相连,并确保围绕这一保护制定的政策是公平公正的,并确保世界各地公民的最大安全。”我们期待与ID2020合作,开辟新的方式,确保未来的身份认证。”


数字ID的未来正处在一个重要的十字路口。在美国和世界各地的决策者努力应对COVID-19大流行的社会和经济后果之际,一些人正在考虑制定基于数字身份的健康证明计划,以促进重返工作、学校和其他社会活动。隐私和安全面临的风险很高,做对了也会有回报。ID2020正在与其合作伙伴和其他利益攸关方紧急合作,以确保隐私和数据安全纳入这些系统的技术架构,并制定适当的立法和监管措施来指导这些系统的实施。

 

ID2020和国家网络安全中心有着保护个人和集体隐私和安全的共同使命。我们欢迎他们加入联盟,并期待着共同努力推进我们的共同目标。

 

Today digital identity group, The ID2020 Alliance, announced its latest partner, the National Cybersecurity Center (NCC). 

The ID2020 Alliance is backed by big names such as Accenture, Microsoft, the Rockefeller Foundation and Mastercard as well non profits including Mercy Corps, Kiva and Gavi, the Vaccines Alliance. Its manifesto acknowledges that over a billion people can’t prove their identity and, as a result, are unable to access basic services.

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Today, ID2020 announced its newest Alliance partner, the National Cybersecurity Center (NCC). 

ID2020 was founded in 2016 to ensure that all people have access to better forms of digital ID by bringing together nonprofits, corporations, and governments to promote the adoption and implementation of user-managed, privacy-protecting, portable digital identity solutions. 

Founded in 2016 by the former Governor of Colorado, John Hickenlooper, the National Cybersecurity Center (NCC) is a Colorado Springs-based nonprofit committed to promoting cyber innovation and awareness. 

“We are delighted to welcome the National Cybersecurity Center to the ID2020 Alliance,” said ID2020 Executive Director, Dakota Gruener. “Because technology is evolving so quickly, many of the transactions that once took place in person and required traditional forms of ID are today being conducted digitally. Cyber threats, whether criminal or state-state sponsored, underscore the urgency and importance of ID2020 and the NCC’s collective efforts. We look forward to sharing our expertise and learning from their world-class team of cybersecurity experts.”

With a mission to “secure the world”, the NCC has four main initiatives: 

  • Secure the Vote seeks to increase voter confidence in the U.S. on the accuracy of vote-counting, and to generate greater awareness of possible solutions to critical gaps in the voting infrastructure. Secure the Vote supports jurisdictions’ efforts to offer a secure, auditable mobile voting option for overseas voters through coordinating, and evaluating pilots across the country.
  • Secure Smart Cities: Hyper-connectivity amongst smart devices and urbanization drive the need for cities to become more efficient in their operations as they continue to grow, but the concern of security impedes the overall advancement of several cities with “Smart” agendas.
  • The NCC’s Cyber Education Program provides cybersecurity leadership, and one of the main pillars is K-12 education. As our nation addresses the critical gap in skilled cybersecurity talent, NCC addresses the importance of cyber education through programs and partnerships that invite students to participate in an ecosystem that encourages them to learn, explore, and build their skills. 

    • The NCC’s K-12 initiative, the National Cybersecurity Center Student Alliance (NCCSA) offers opportunities for middle and high school students to improve technical literacy through fun, interactive, and challenging camps, field trips, workshops, and events. NCC encourages STEM education for all students, with special attention towards creating inviting and collaborative opportunities for girls and other underrepresented groups in the cyber ecosystem.
  • The Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC), a separate nonprofit organization, has the mission to facilitate collaboration across the global space industry to enhance our ability to prepare for and respond to vulnerabilities, incidents, and threats; to disseminate timely and actionable information among member entities; and to serve as the primary communications channel for the sector with respect to this information.

“Digital citizenship is an increasingly critical space as more of our identity is online,” said NCC Director of Business and Government Initiatives, Forrest Senti. “The NCC’s work to secure cyberspace intersects directly with ID2020’s work to protect individuals’ online identity and to ensure that policies created around that protection are fair and equitable and ensure the utmost security for citizens around the world. We look forward to working with ID2020 to pioneer new ways to secure the future of identity.”

The future of digital ID is at an important crossroads. As policymakers in the US and around the world struggle to confront the social and economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, some are considering plans for digital identity-based health credentials to facilitate a return to work, school, and other social activities. The risks to privacy and security are high, as are the rewards of doing it right. ID2020 is working urgently with its partners and other stakeholders to ensure that privacy and data security are built into the technical architecture of these systems and that the appropriate legislative and regulatory are developed to guide their implementation. 

ID2020 and the National Cybersecurity Center share a common mission to secure our individual and collective privacy and security. We welcome them to the Alliance and look forward to working collaboratively to advance our shared goals. 

 

来自: Ledger Insights