Principal ICAM Emerging Technology Engineer, MITRE Corporation
Lorrayne Auld is a Principal ICAM Emerging Technology Engineer at the MITRE Corporation. In this role, Lorrayne serves as the focal point for researching, understanding, and applying Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) emerging technologies while ensuring ongoing growth within this area. She also serves as the senior advisor to the ICAM capability area as well as a mentor to junior staff.
Lorrayne has over 25 years’ experience in the area of identity and access management, secure Web, portal, and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) technologies supporting the Federal Government. She has worked both as a hands-on integrator and as a cybersecurity engineer providing guidance to the Government. She has helped multiple agencies with their ICAM strategies, implementation guidance, and best practices.
More recently, Lorrayne has focused on alternative authentication technologies such as FIDO as well as the challenges in remote identity proofing.
Lorrayne is a member of the FIDO Alliance’s Government Deployment Working Group (GDWG).