Webinar Week: Access Denied- Is Authentication the Unsolvable Information Security Problem?

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Industry experts are almost unanimous in their acceptance of authentication as the unsolved problem facing the information security industry. Passwords are both forgettable and inadequate, memorable information is easily sought out via social networking sites, two-factor authentication can be inconvenient, three-factor authentication is inconvenient, biometrics are treated with suspicion…

As an industry, the authentication problem is yet to be cracked, and the consequence is enormous. Authentication is at the heart of anything meaningful we do online, and the ability to authenticate online in a secure, timely and convenient way is crucial in today’s world. This webinar will take a look at the problem, the existing offerings, and potential future solutions.

Speakers

Adrian Davis

Consulting COO & CIO

    Ramses Gallego

    International Vice President, ISACA

      David Hald

      Chief Relations Officer, SMS Passcode

        Stephen Pritchard

        Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

          Peter Wood

          Partner, Naturally Cyber LLP

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