FFIEC Compliance: What You Need to Know About Two-Factor Authentication - Registration Closed

Date:May 21, 2013
Time:1:00 pm Central
(2:00 pm Eastern, 1:00 pm Central, 12:00 pm Mountain, 11:00 am Pacific)

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A FREE webcast brought to you by OneID and CUNA Strategic Services.

With the updated FFIEC requirements, there are many aspects you will need to consider when searching for a two-factor authentication (2FA) solution. Learn about the key components related to two-factor compliance and the common attacks that are still occurring with today’s solutions:

  • Gain an understanding of what baseline 2FA is required for FFIEC compliance
  • Learn about five common attacks — even after 2FA is deployed many are still open to fraud
  • Discover the key secrets the industry isn’t talking about
  • Learn four steps to a secure identity system and authentication system that isn’t vulnerable to today’s threats   

Speakers: 

Jim Fenton, Chief Security Officer, OneID, is responsible for security design of the OneID identity system as well as oversight of corporate information security. He joined OneID in 2011 following 16 years at Cisco, most recently as a distinguished engineer, focusing on user-centric identity and email security. He was a co-author of DomainKeys Identified Mail, an IETF standard for cryptographically signing email messages to aid in fraud detection.

Casey Newton, VP of Sales, OneID, is responsible for sales and business development activity. Casey has an accomplished background in e-commerce, rewards, consumer banking technology, payments and digital media for multi-national and start-up technology companies. Prior to OneID, Casey was with Truaxis.


For users, OneID makes it easy to securely sign in to websites and make payments online. For credit unions, OneID reduces the fraud and costs associated with authentication and financial transactions, employing a level of security that far exceeds currently available identity systems. If you have questions, contact Brenda Halverson, CUNA Strategic Services alliance manager at 800-356-9655, ext. 4110 or bhalverson@cuna.com.
 

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