A Federal Agency Smart Credential Number (FASC-N) is an identifier used in the Personal Identity Verification (PIV) credentials issued by US Federal Agencies. FASC-N credential bit lengths vary based on reader configuration; Security Center natively recognizes 75-bit and 200-bit formats.
In Security Desk, you can use Batch enrollment in the Credential management task to create multiple FASC-N or GUID data. For more information, see.Enrolling multiple credentials automatically
Security Center recognizes CIV or PIV-I credentials as RAW 128-bit credentials, which can be mapped to a custom card format.
Import tool and SDK
The FASC-N formats are also available through the Import tool and the Security Center SDK.
When importing, select the Credential raw data binding.