The RSA Security conference is one of the main ways that I stay up to speed on all things security – and specifically identity and access management – related.
Last year, I was honored to be chose to present in the main conference track and I’m humbled to be asked back for a second time this year. Here’s what I’ll be speaking about:
People use more passwords today than ever before. But with the advent of Apple’s latest iPhone releases and its TouchID and FaceID technologies, we’ll begin to see a wider acceptance of some biometrics methods like fingerprint and facial scanning. This session will assess the security of these methods compared to the tried and true password.
It’s a topic I’m passionate about, and I’m pretty sure that I’ll have insights that some of you will find valuable. So, if this topic interest you, join me on April 17, 3:30 to 4:15 p.m. (the session code is IDY-T10). And if you want to dive deeper or talk one-on-one about anything IAM related, stop by the One Identity booth (#3326 in the North Hall).
I look forward to meeting you there.