Playback of the Tuesday, April 5th 2011 LIVE webinar with a Q&A session on the topic of what it’s costing organizations to not have a strong password securing their enterprise.
Our Panel of Experts will Discuss the Following Topics:
- Cost of a breach: from incident to organization. Our team of experts will talk about trends in the industry from a newly released study showing the cost of a data breach increasing 5% to $214 per record, to the average cost per organization increasing 7% in 2010, why these breaches are growing in number and what damage are they causing
- What are enterprises and individuals using for securing their data and devices? We will review passwords, pins, tokens, biometrics, two and multi-factor authentication and how effective they are including third party testing results
- Changing regulations in the industry: Our experts will talk about the changing security requirements to reduce risk in the private and public sector including DEA, DHS, Education Act, FFIEC, HIPAA, SOX GLBA, and why multi-factor authentication is being sought to replace current methods
- Using BiometricsWe will demonstrate a newly patented technology using gesture biometrics, examine its high rate of accuracy and application for multi-factor authentication
Download the slides for the webinar: Cost of a Strong Password Webinar FINAL Slides or click above to view the recorded session.
Please feel free to email us with any questions you may have before or after viewing the recorded webinar or the slides from the event.
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