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  • Enabling Digital Transformation: Best Practices for Authentication
    Enabling Digital Transformation: Best Practices for Authentication
    Abby Guha, Sr. Director, Product Marketing, Yubico Recorded: Mar 13 2019 45 mins
    The digital transformation of financial services is placing new demands on organizations looking to balance ease-of-use with security and stringent compliance regulations. How should financial services organizations provide secure access to customer information, account details, and other sensitive information without all the complexity?

    Most systems and applications require passwords and some may even have text based mobile authentication, but is that enough? How can organizations take advantage of new models for user authentication that offer opportunities to deliver ease of use while adhering to stringent security requirements.


    Attend this webinar to learn:

    - Risky password practices being used in workplaces
    - Best practices for enterprise authentication
    - How to mitigate risk with multi-factor authentication
    - Use cases for providing strong authentication to your employees and customers
  • 2019 State of Password and Authentication Security Behaviors
    2019 State of Password and Authentication Security Behaviors
    Dr. Larry Ponemon, Ph.D., Chairman and Founder, Ponemon Institute and Abby Guha, Sr. Director Product Marketing, Yubico Recorded: Feb 20 2019 59 mins
    Despite the worsening state of online security, are we becoming more security-minded, and better yet, are we following best practices?

    The Ponemon Institute recently surveyed 1,761 IT and IT security practitioners in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany and France regarding password management and authentication practices for individuals both in the workplace and at home.

    What percentage of phishing attack victims changed their password behaviors?
    How many respondents admit to reusing passwords?

    The answers to these questions may surprise you.

    Attend this webinar to hear about the survey results and learn:

    * How privacy and security concerns affect password behaviors
    * Risky password practices in the workplace
    * What authentication technologies are being used
    * The cost of lost productivity associated with password management
    * Best practices for enterprise authentication

    All webinar attendees will also receive a complimentary copy of the Ponemon Institute report.
  • World's Smallest HSM Secures Modern Infrastructures: YubiHSM 2 Open Source SDK
    World's Smallest HSM Secures Modern Infrastructures: YubiHSM 2 Open Source SDK
    Abby Guha, Senior Director Product Marketing (Yubico) Recorded: Dec 5 2018 35 mins
    Security breaches are a growing industry wide problem that in 2018 cost companies an average of $3.8 million per breach. Software storage of cryptographic keys for servers is increasingly vulnerable as attacks become more sophisticated.

    Traditionally, organizations have used Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) that were costly and complex to set up. However, with the YubiHSM 2, organizations of all sizes can enable effective security for cryptographic keys, across the entire lifecycle, in a portable and affordable hardware form factor. And with the new open source SDK, developers can build in hardware based strong security for cryptographic keys across a wider range of platforms and services than ever before.

    Attend this webinar to learn more.
  • The State of Identity and Security in the Age of Cyber Attacks
    The State of Identity and Security in the Age of Cyber Attacks
    Sushila Nair (NTT DATA Services) | Derek Hanson (Yubico) | Ian Spanswick & Rebekah Moody(ThreatMetrix Inc LexisNexis Risk Co) Recorded: Nov 13 2018 48 mins
    Cyber attackers are becoming more sophisticated and data breaches are on the rise. According to a recent report, over 4.6 billion records were breached in the first half of 2018, showing a 133% increase compared to last year.

    With sensitive, personal and confidential data being at risk of ending up in the hands of cyber criminals, enterprises of all sizes are looking to strengthen their security in 2019.

    Join this exclusive keynote panel of industry experts as they discuss:
    - Trends in cyber attacks and breaches
    - Who is at risk
    - How to prevent breaches, data theft and future cyber crime
    - Advances in authentication
    - New in identity and access management
    - Security awareness and training
    - Best practices for securing the enterprise

    Speakers:
    - Sushila Nair, Sr. Director Security Portfolio, NTT DATA Services
    - Derek Hanson, Sr. Director Solutions Architecture & Standards, Yubico
    -Rebekah Moody, Fraud & Identity Director, ThreatMetrix
    -Ian Spanswick, VP Professional Services EMEA,ThreatMetrix
  • Who Is A Privileged User, Really? You May Be Surprised by the Answer
    Who Is A Privileged User, Really? You May Be Surprised by the Answer
    David Treece, Sr. Solutions Architect, Yubico, Bassam Al-Khalidi, Co-CEO and Principal Consultant, Axiad IDS Recorded: Oct 24 2018 38 mins
    Allowing employees to use their own devices, and consequently moving enterprise assets to the cloud, can certainly improve productivity, but also puts the organization at risk for additional security threats. According to Gartner, more than 50% of organizations are unable to extend incumbent authentication methods to safely enable access for an increasingly mobile workforce.

    The way forward? Start by understanding that the IT Team is not your only high security risk. Organizations need ID assurance for every person and every system that puts the enterprise at risk. Until now, achieving this was too complex.

    Enterprises can now cost-effectively and easily extend their current authentication solutions. This all starts with accurately establishing the appropriate privilege level by identifying and defining who or what is actually “privileged”, based on access to sensitive information or privileged data. In this webinar, Yubico and Axiad IDS will discuss:

    - Why identifying privileged users is at the root of data breach prevention and what it takes to extend strong authentication across the enterprise
    - How enterprises can securely and efficiently manage the lifecycle of their devices and credentials, while saving on deployment and IT operational costs
    - The key benefits of enabling hardware-backed two-factor authentication to address the demands of an expanding digital workplace
  • Meet the YubiKey 5 Series
    Meet the YubiKey 5 Series
    Alex Yakubov, Sr. Director Ecosystem Recorded: Oct 2 2018 21 mins
    Join us for a session on the new YubiKey 5 Series and learn about the new features and benefits of our latest product line. We'll cover the difference between the YubiKey 5 Series with the YubiKey 4 Series and YubiKey NEO, as well as introduce the use cases and concepts of going passwordless.
  • Making sense of Blockchain and Authentication
    Making sense of Blockchain and Authentication
    Ali Yahya, Partner, A116Z, Stina Ehrensvard - CEO/Founder, Alex Yakubov, Sr. Director of Ecosystem, at Yubico Recorded: Sep 19 2018 46 mins
    You solve security challenges in the realm of authentication and identity—and now the new buzz word “blockchain” is popping up everywhere. Join Yubico founder Stina Ehrensvard and a16zcrypto Partner Ali Yahya for a session on blockchain and authentication technologies. We’ll help you make sense of these technologies, and how they fit together in the security and identity management landscape.
  • Technical Overview: FIDO2 WebAuthn Server Validation
    Technical Overview: FIDO2 WebAuthn Server Validation
    Emil Lundberg, Luke Walker Recorded: Jun 28 2018 75 mins
    Watch this webinar for a technical overview of WebAuthn for Relying Parties. This session is led by Emil Lundberg, a key contributor and one of the nine editors of the W3C WebAuthn specification.

    Join us for a deep dive of how to integrate WebAuthn relying party operations into an authentication server.


    Key topics include:
    - FIDO Authentication, CTAP, and WebAuthn
    - Getting started with java-webauthn-server
    - Application structure
    - Data storage
    - Registering credentials
    - Authenticating credentials
    - Best Practices

    This webinar is intended for software engineers, developers, software architects, and product managers, though it is open to anyone interested on the topic.
  • Technical Overview: FIDO2 WebAuthn Data Flows, Attestation, and Passwordless
    Technical Overview: FIDO2 WebAuthn Data Flows, Attestation, and Passwordless
    Emil Lundberg, Luke Walker Recorded: Jun 21 2018 32 mins
    Watch this webinar for a technical overview of WebAuthn for web applications. This session is led by Emil Lundberg, a key contributor and one of the nine editors of the W3C WebAuthn specification.

    Join us for a deep dive into the core concepts required to integrate WebAuthn into your web application, including what happens behind the scenes during registration and authentication.

    Key topics include:
    - FIDO Authentication, CTAP, and WebAuthn
    - Registration Walkthrough
    - What is Attestation?
    - Resident Keys
    - Second-Factor Authentication
    - Password-less Authentication

    This webinar is intended for software engineers, developers, software architects, and product managers, though it is open to anyone interested on the topic.
  • FIDO2 Authentication Demystified
    FIDO2 Authentication Demystified
    Derek Hanson, Luke Walker Recorded: Jun 13 2018 25 mins
    Watch this webinar to learn what FIDO2 Authentication is, and how to architect FIDO2 Authentication within applications. This session is led by Derek Hanson, Yubico Senior Director of Solutions Architecture and Standards.

    Key topics include:
    - What is FIDO2
    - Passwordless Login Demystified
    - Making sense of FIDO2, WebAuthn, CTAP and U2F

    This webinar is intended for Product managers and developers, though it is open to anyone interested.

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