2FA, U2F, OOB, and Other Terrifying Security Acronyms

February 2018 – US

Presented by Eric Mann (@ericmann)

Date: February 15, 2018
Time: 20:00 CST

18:00 PST, 3:00 CET (Feb. 16), 2:00 GMT (Feb. 16)
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In 2016, NIST announced it was deprecating SMS-based 2FA (second-factor authentication) from its Digital Authentication Guidance. As the internet works to harden application and online security, what are the proper options available for truly secure authentication? What are those OOB (out-of-band) transactions anyway? Why is identity security so hard? Learn about the tools that define the identity security landscape and how to easily integrate strong identity verification methods with your existing services. BYOA (bring your own acronyms).

Eric Mann

Eric Mann

Eric Mann is a seasoned web developer with experience in languages from JavaScript to Ruby to C#. He has been building websites of all shapes and sizes for the better part of a decade and continues to experiment with new technologies and techniques.

Eric is a Tekton working with Tozny (https://tozny.com) helping to engineer better, safer, more secure ways to identify yourself and control your information.

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