Who Are You? From Meat to Electrons - SXSW 2014
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DESCRIPTIONIts an age old problem: how do you prove your identity? Its the reason governments started issuing id cards. Since the advent of the Internet, identification has gotten even harder. To a website, you are a stream of electrons. Before you can transact business, the website needs to associate that stream of electrons with a person--a piece of meat. 80% of the Internet's security breaches have been traced back to bad passwords, but until recently, anything better than passwords meant expensive hardware tokens, or complex digital certificates. Luckily, authentication is experiencing a renaissance. New technologies have made it easier, more secure, and even less expensive to authenticate a person. Authentication is the front door to your network service. What device does the person have in their hands? Is your website or mobile app for customers or employees? The slides from this SXSW 2014 presentation will help you understand your options, and how to use authentication for competitive advantage.
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The atom. Electron Clouds Major energy levelMaximum number of electrons K2 electrons L8 electrons M18 electrons N32 electrons O32 electrons P18 electrons