The password is currently the most commonly used way to identify a user. It does not, however, have the level of security required to protect sensitive information.
The addition of new identification factor allows to solve this problem. But what, where, when do you have them? In this session we'll see the concepts of strong authentication, the introduction of alternative free or low cost second-factor identification.


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Great talk by Philippe on multi-factor authentication. He had enthusiasm and gave good examples of forms of authenticating. I would suggest spending less time talking about the why and more time about the how. I have always seen mfa broken out into 3 categories instead of 4, so that was an interesting take on breaking things apart a little further. Good talk with an engaging speaker and great Q and A at the end.