IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 26, 2014 – SecureAuth Corporation today announced that Keith Graham, Chief Technology Officer, will be presenting an educational session at the 2014 (ISC)2 Security Congress, “Analyzing User Behavior and Location During Authentication to Avoid a Security Breach” Monday, September 29 at 9:30 in the Georgia World Congress Center, Solutions Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia.
“Traditional security methods like passwords, firewalls, and intrusion detection systems are no longer enough; it is time for organizations to focus on the user authentication process to stop attackers before they access corporate resources and steal data. Based on,” commented Graham. “Making the authentication process context sensitive adds a powerful layer of security that will slow attackers and tighten the net.”
During the session, Graham will discuss emerging trends in context-based authentication including IP reputation, geo-location and geo-velocity, and device fingerprinting. He will also discuss the costs of increasing complexity not only in financial terms, but also in user experience.
Also join SecureAuth in an interactive “Dynamic User Authentication” webinar with Norse Corporation and IDC Research October 2 at 1 p.m. EDT to learn more about proactively assessing authentication risks and stopping attackers in their tracks, all without impacting users.
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