Supplier: FirstNet - Built with AT&T
Platform: Android, iOS
Version: Version: 1.0.4 Android; 1.0.5 iOS
Released: March 31, 2019
Categories: Access and Authorization
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Supports multiple integration models to suit your application architecture. Integration models include SAML and OIDC.
Provides authentication and coarse-grain authorization to the participating app, including level of assurance (LOA).
Built with local, tribal, state and federal public safety security standards.
The Single Sign-On - Mobile app gives FirstNet users single sign-on to all participating apps on the FirstNet Platform. Users who authenticate with Single Sign-On - Mobile can then open up any and all FirstNet apps without being challenged to re-authenticate. This provides not only user convenience, but immediate access in critical scenarios for the first responders that make up the FirstNet user community. By signing on at the beginning of the shift, they know they are a click or swipe away from accessing the tools and applications they need to fulfill their mission.
The Single Sign-On - Mobile app provides authentication and coarse-grain authorization to the participating app, including level of assurance (LOA). Any additional fine-grain authorization can be managed by the participating app based on attributes passed to it.
FirstNet – Built with AT&T
For public safety, by public safety
Due to communications challenges during the response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the 9/11 Commission recommended the establishment of a single, interoperable network for public safety. For years, public safety organizations lobbied Congress to make this recommendation a reality. Therefore, when Congress established the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) in 2012, it based its mission on public safety’s express concerns and desires.
To truly design the FirstNet network for public safety by public safety – a distinction that makes it unique in American telecommunications history – FirstNet continuously consults with local, state/territory, tribal and federal public safety agencies across the country.
Over the past several years, FirstNet has collaborated with public safety stakeholders and leadership from each state and territory. Never before has the public safety community had the opportunity to provide input towards the creation of a nationwide broadband network tailored specifically to meet their needs as they save lives and protect communities across the nation.