Authentication, Authorization, API Management
- TYPE: Track START DATE: Thursday, May 17, 2018 START TIME: 14:30 LOCATION: CHIEMSEE
Date: Thursday, May 17, 2018 Time: 14:30-15:30
Of Fishes and Devices: How Critical Risk Insight Makes MFA Adaptive, Enjoyable, and Secure
John Marsden, iovation
Mobile multifactor authentication (MFA) holds tremendous promise for solving urgent security and regulatory problems. It can deliver the "strong customer authentication" (SCA) required by PSD2 and other standards, and it can remove the fear of account takeover that hovers over all of us, courtesy of the 5 billion credentials accessible to hackers and fraudsters on the Dark Web. It can also drive outstanding user experiences. But it's often missing the digital glue that can make it truly...
Best Practices for Integrating Mobile Authentication to Consumer Services
Teemu Kääriäinen, Nixu Cybersecurity
Mobile authentication in consumer services can provide real business benefits through improved security, usability and interoperability. There are several use cases that business may solve through the deployment of a mobile authentication solution: Improved KYC through the utilization of a secure enrollment mechanism with government, telecom operator or financial institution issued eIDs. Building a mobile application ecosystem of third party mobile applications through the...
Date: Thursday, May 17, 2018 Time: 15:30-16:30
Behavioral Biometrics to adress the PSD2/SCA Requirements
John Erik Setsaas, Signicat AS
With PSD2, the requirements for strong authentication is increasing, and unless something is done, this will be really frustrating for the users. Also, strong authentcation by itself, does not really prove who is authentication. This presentation will show behavior biometrics and other methos of providing both strong and easy to use authentication for end users. Key Takeaways: The PSD2/SCA requirements Dynamic biometrics Mobile device trust score
Applications on the Edge of the OAuth Standards Wave
Pamela Dingle, Microsoft • Dan Blum, KuppingerCole
Date: Thursday, May 17, 2018 Time: 17:00-18:00
The Value of Adding Policy Management in API Security Gateways for Implementing ABAC
André Koot, Nixu Cybersecurity • David Brossard, Axiomatics AB
Attribute Based Access Control is the next step for implementing fine grained authorizations in federated identity environments. ABAC enabled application landscapes need to implement authorization management for application and service consumers who are unknown to the organization. In order to make this possible, other means of access control have to be implemented. Role based access through provisioning engines is no longer feadsile, access by users from different Identity providers and...
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Mr. Levent Kara
+49 211 23707710
- May 15 - 18, 2018 Munich, Germany