Free Webinar: Duke & Georgia Tech Talk About Multifactor Authentication
Wednesday, July 24, 11am PT, 2pm ET
Click here to register for this informative webinar on how Duke and Georgia Tech are bringing multifactor authentication to campus
Join us as Duke University and Georgia Tech describe the perils of passwords and how they are bringing multifactor authentication to campus. The adoption of two-factor authentication by an increasing number of consumer banking and social networks has created greater public awareness, opening the conversation around strong security to a wide group of users.
In this webinar you will learn:
- How quickly a password can be breached
- The business drivers for considering multifactor authentication
- The biggest roadblocks identified by Duke and Georgia Tech
About the presenters:
Richard Biever, C.I.S.O & Director of Identity of Management, Duke University
Richard joined Duke in 2011, after previously holding positions with the Georgia Institute of Technology's Office of Information Technology and Hewlett Packard. Richard is an experienced security professional with SANS GIAC Certified Enterprise Defender (GSED), and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credentials. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Georgia and a master’s degree in international relations from Georgia State University.
Rob Carter, IDM & Middleware Architect, Duke University
Rob earned an Electrical Engineering degree from Duke University and has held multiple roles at Duke's Office of Information Technology for the past 26 years. His current focus is on reusable provisioning, authentication and authorization models, and designing scalable identity solutions for institutional affiliates without portfolio.
Jim Simpson, Product Manager, Duo Security
Jim has a history of working at successful startups. Before coming to Duo, he helped start Arbor Networks, providing network security and management solutions for some of the world’s largest and most complex networks. While there, he led engineering and user experience teams. He holds a patent for cloud mitigation services, and degrees in Computer Science and Japanese.