Beyond Passwords: A Discussion on How Campuses Are Successfully Deploying Multifactor Authentication

Tuesday, May 02 | 11:00AM–12:00PM | Denver Ballroom 1-3, Lower Level 2
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Concurrent Session
All security professionals know that passwords are no longer sufficient for protecting nonpublic information. The challenge is how to deploy multifactor authentication across a diverse population without having the increased assurance introduce an impediment to the our academic goals. Virginia Tech, Indiana University, University of Miami, and Baylor University will share their experiences deploying multifactor authentication. The session will concentrate of a discussion among the panel and audience to explore the attributes for a successful deployment.

Outcomes: Understand the challenges of implementing multifactor authentication * Learn strategies for enrolling constituents * Under potential project risks

Presenters

  • Jon Allen

    Associate Vice President CIO & CISO, Baylor University
  • Momi Ford

    Director of Client Support, Indiana University
  • Randy Marchany

    University IT Security Officer, Virginia Tech
  • Brad Rohrer

    Interim CIO, University of Miami

Resources & Downloads

  • Beyond Passwords_slides

    1 MB, pdf - Updated on 5/9/2017