Our (ISC)2 Quantico Chapter Meeting will be Online, Wednesday, May 20th at 6:00 P.M. using Cisco WebEx.
The meeting will be at 6:00 PM. This will be our 2nd Meeting since COVID-19 has closed the State of Virginia. This month, our Regular Meeting will be online only. We will be using Cisco WebEx. Last month was our highest attended meeting in over a year. Be sure to RSVP for Meeting location instructions.
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FIDO2 - The Future of Strong Authentication
Speaker: Jeff Frederick
Jeff Frederick is a Senior Solutions Engineer at Yubico, Inc. In this role, Jeff assists Public Sector customers in developing and implementing strong Multi Factor Authentication solutions to protect their Information Technology assets and data. He helps customers develop strategies for topics such as: Identity Proofing, Identity and Credential Lifecycle, Authentication, Authorization, and Compliance.
Jeff has over 30 years of experience in the area of Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) with Public Sector organizations as well as Commercial customers. In addition, he has extensive experience in various Cybersecurity domains. Previous to Yubico, Jeff assisted Federal Government Agencies and numerous commercial organizations implement large scale ICAM programs for both internal and external identities. He has also managed teams of ICAM professionals who implemented and managed enterprise wide ICAM solutions for numerous customers.
Jeff currently holds both the Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Credentials. He is also a member of the FIDO Alliance’s Government Deployment Working Group (GDWG)
Abstract: We will present the new FIDO2 Strong Authentication Method.
FIDO2 is an open standard, co-developed by Yubico, Microsoft, and other members of the FIDO Alliance that enables expanded options for strong authentication including the flexibility to now offer passwordless single factor or multi-factor strong authentication to users, in addition to supporting the existing scenario of two factor authentication.
FIDO2 is comprised of two standardized components, a web API (WebAuthn) and a Client to Au- thenticator Protocol (CTAP). The two work together and are required to achieve a passwordless experience for login. WebAuthn defines a standard web API that can be integrated into browsers and web platform infrastructure to give users new methods to securely authenticate on the web. CTAP enables an external authenticator, such as a security key, to communicate strong authentication credentials locally over USB, NFC, or Bluetooth to the user’s PC or mobile phone.
We look forward to seeing at online.
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