Passwords and Authentication Bootcamp
If someone uses employee credentials to access your building or computer network, it could quickly become a disaster. Similarly, no employee wants some thief masquerading as them when they commit crimes. Proper authentication is important to everyone, but few really understand the risks and weaknesses of the systems they use. The purpose of this session is to describe the most common authentication methods, the risks of each, and countermeasures to handle those risks. Included are:
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As this is my newest talk, I'm still creating the web version of this information. In the meantime, here is the outline for the talk.
Talk OutlineSubject to change without notification of course.
- Biometrics – Voiceprint, facial recognition, fingerprint, and veinscans
- RFID – Electronic wireless identification
- Keys – Standard, physical keys
- Passwords – Computer passwords