Now that most financial institutions have faced and met FFIEC Guidelines, many are looking at effective ways to strengthen their online defense with the use of one-time password technology. However, this can prove difficult and confusing when trying to determine how one-time passwords fit into an overall authentication strategy. This is especially true if various segments of a user population are exposed to different security threats.
RSA, the Security Division of EMC and Fifth Third Bank come together for our latest web seminar: Network Based, One-Time Password Technology as Part of an Overall Authentication Strategy. This free seminar will provide an overview of the advantages of deploying a network based, one-time password solution. The seminar will feature Erik T. Heidt, Assistant Vice President with Fifth Third Bank. Mr. Heidt has been responsible for managing the Fifth Third Bank Cryptographic Controls and Architecture Team and is the principle architect for their network based, one-time password implementation. During the seminar he will share with you the knowledge he has gained from in his experience. Joining him will be Seth Geftic, Product Marketing Manager, with RSA, The Security Division of EMC who will present an overview of RSA's network based one-time password technology solution and how to create a complete authentication strategy.
You will hear about Best Practices you can employ to counter online threats and learn:
ï¿½ What factors to consider when deciding on a security solution
ï¿½ How a network based, one-time password solution fits into an overall security strategy
ï¿½ Authentication options: hardware tokens and software toolbars
ï¿½ Balancing security and the end-user experience
If you are responsible for delivery of banking and trading services, such as corporate banking, retail banking, small business banking and institutional trading, or are a senior manager in the risk or compliance areas of a financial institution, then this seminar is for you! This seminar is also a must-see event for anyone for those outside of the financial sector who are looking at ways to securely authenticate a large number of users with one-time password technology.