- TYPE: Track START DATE: Thursday, May 17, 2018 START TIME: 11:00 LOCATION: CHIEMSEE
Date: Thursday, May 17, 2018 Time: 11:00-12:00
The future of Strong Authentication
Thomas Kessler, Temet AG • Jens Sonnentrücker, Swisscom
So far, most applications still rely on passwords, but there is a growing need for strong authentication to protect against identity theft. As of January 13th, 2018, the Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) requires every payment service provider to implement strong customer authentication (SCA) based on two or more elements which are categorised as knowledge, possession and inherence and shall result in the generation of an authentication code (PSD2, Article 4). In the area of...
Balancing User Experience and Cybersecurity in Healthcare: FIDO based Strong Consumer Authentication
Brian Heemsoth, Aetna
Faced with mounting threats associated with consumer healthcare fraud, Aetna embarked on a journey to transform consumer authentication built upon FIDO standards and risk-based consumer authentication. During this talk we will discuss: Pitfalls of binary authentication & American healthcare consumer fraud trends Risk-based authentication Biometric-based authentication leveraging FIDO Using security to improve user experience and access to care
Date: Thursday, May 17, 2018 Time: 12:00-13:00
Thinking Outside-In: Providing Easy Access for your Customers and Employees
Markku Rossi, SSH.COM
Most businesses today still think Inside-Out when it comes to authentication and to enabling access. While this might work for employees, it is not ideal for dealing with customers and consumers. Today, people expect smooth and convenient access. They don’t want to be pushed into lengthy registration processes. They don’t want to remember usernames & passwords anymore. They don’t want to use cumbersome methods for strong authentication....
Deprecating the Password: A Progress Report
Dr. Michael B. Jones, Microsoft
If you ask almost anyone you meet if they have too many passwords, if they have trouble remembering their passwords, or if they are reusing the same passwords in multiple places, you’re likely to get an ear-full. People intuitively know that there has to be something better than having to have a password for everything they do! The good news is that passwords are being used for fewer and fewer identity interactions. They are being replaced by biometrics (sign into your phone, your...
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- May 15 - 18, 2018 Munich, Germany