Don’t miss the latest in passwordless, biometrics and adaptive authentication at RSA 2019

RSA Event
February 20, 2019

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RSA is right around the corner. Held in San Francisco, March 4-8, it is arguably the largest cybersecurity event in the world with more than 50,000 estimated to attend.

With such a large event, it can be difficult to sift through the noise, so we’ve made it easy for you to connect with us at RSA. Here’s how:

If you don’t have a conference pass, use the code XEU9SECURATH at registration to receive a complimentary exhibit hall pass so you can come visit with us at our booth to see the latest innovations from SecureAuth.

Expo Hall (Booth 1043 in Moscone South)
Remember that retro snake game you used to play on your old Nokia phone? Play against the SecureAuth snake at our booth! The more points you score, the better the prizes get. The leaderboard will determine a daily grand prize winner each day for a $500 Visa gift card.

At the booth we’ll also walk you through a couple product sneak peeks, including:

  • Passwordless for the endpoint: A demonstration highlighting passwordless and risk-based adaptive authentication technologies. SecureAuth will support multiple registered fingerprints for passwordless access on endpoint devices. But this goes beyond how other vendors implement passwordless, by utilizing adaptive risks checks and machine learning to determine if a step up is needed, better securing the endpoint.
  • Biometric authentication using mobile devices: We’ll showcase the latest biometric factor technology which leverages the native biometric (fingerprint, facial) features of iOS and Android to be an additional factor. This adds new flexibility and further strengthens identity security while reducing friction for users needing to authenticate to various systems. And, no biometric data needs to be collected or stored off of the device.
  • Behavior analysis powered by machine learning: New behavior analysis capabilities baseline and analyze normal versus abnormal user behavior patterns. By doing this you can see anomalous behavior to identify attacker presence and expose hard-to-detect insider threats. Our solution provides a model based on normal user behavior, which changes over time based on individual user behaviors, providing day-one usability.
  • Simplified admin interface: A redefined admin interface that streamlines setup and automates workflows, making it easier and faster to implement SSO, 2FA, MFA and adaptive authentication policies. You can speed time to value for your access management projects as a result, saving days of work.

You’ll also be able to use our interactive identity security display to better understand where you are on your journey to eliminate identity-related breaches. You can explore paths that align to your key business initiatives and digital transformation projects. We’ll help you plan your next steps in delivering the right access security with an exceptional user experience for your employees, customers and partners.

Private meetings
Go in depth with our identity security experts by booking a meeting now.  We’re eager to hear your challenges and ready to help plan for your success.  We can show you just how easy it is to implement strong access security with the right user experience for consumers and the enterprise.

Tabletop Tap House
If you can’t meet with us at the booth or with us in our meeting space, you can RSVP to join us at Tabletop Tap House. Not only will you be able to enjoy the relative quiet away from the show floor, but we hope you’ll join us for games, bites, beverages, and a discussion about the latest in adaptive authentication.

Social media
Follow us on Twitter, or tweet us during RSA using #SecureAuth and #RSAC if you’d like to meet up at the show!

Read more about what SecureAuth is doing at RSA, or request a meeting with us at the show.

We are looking forward to seeing you in San Francisco!

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