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Something you Have, Something you Know – Why Federated Mobile Authentication Can Work

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In our personal digital lives we are used to convenience, particularly when signing into apps and services with a single, federated username and password. However in business, we are still using a separate username and password combination, even in the days of multi-factor authentication.

In this webinar we will look at how identity can become a better part of authentication, how mobility can be used in both cases and how to bring one-time authentication in your working life.

Key takeaways:

  • How to bring one-touch authentication into workplace mobility
  • Enabling secure mobility in the workplace
  • Why you should only need to authenticate once to prove who you are, and how to achieve that


Andrew Churchill

Lead author of BSI PAS 499, Digital Identification & Authentication Code of Practice

    Paul Conaty

    Lead Consultant and Solutions Architect at , CWSI

    Dan  Raywood

    Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

    Dor Zakai

    Director End User Computing EMEA Sales Engineering, VMware AirWatch

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