Realizing trust with passwordless authentication

Presented by

Nicolas Malbranche, Senior Product Manager, Axiad & Chris Streeks, Senior Solutions Engineer, Yubico

About this talk

In light of accelerated digital business transformation and increasing cyberattacks, enterprises need to implement passwordless authentication that allows their employees to operate with trust, no matter where they are. Passwords have been proven over and over to be weak and ineffective, and while many IT leaders are investing in multi-factor authentication to secure their users, this may not be enough. The business of tomorrow requires end-to-end identity management for users, machines, devices, and digital interactions. Join this webinar with Yubico and Axiad to learn how to take an identity-first strategy to cybersecurity and discuss: - Why FIDO2 authenticators are essential as your workforce transitions to cloud-based and mobile applications that are vulnerable to cyberthreats. - How PKI can secure your network’s increasing number of machines, such as mobile and IoT devices, and digital interactions including email and document signing. - Which authentication solutions are scalable and user-friendly for your growing business needs and your digital-focused hybrid workforce. - How streamlined deployment and lifecycle management of your credentials in a unified platform will help transition your cybersecurity infrastructure to passwordless. Setting Up my Yubikey with Axiad https://www.axiad.com/resources/setting-up-my-yubikey

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Yubico was founded in 2007 with the mission to make secure login easy and available for everyone. In close collaboration with leading internet companies and thought leaders, Yubico co-created the FIDO U2F and FIDO2/WebAuthn open authentication standards, which have been adopted in major online platforms and browsers, enabling two-factor, multi-factor, and passwordless login and a safer internet for billions of people.