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Friday, May 20 • 2:10pm - 2:50pm
Discoveries in using behavioral sensor data for authentication

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There are many ways to prove your identity other than typing in your password or holding up your government issued ID. Human behaviors translated into data points highlight the fact that everyone is inherently unique. By utilizing the overabundance of sensor data coming from the growing number of connected devices used today, we are able to gain a deeper understanding of both how sensor data differs from person to person, and how we can use these unique data points to authenticate users both online and in the real world. As technology is rapidly advancing, so too must security. Join us as we take a look at human behavior from a data POV, and highlight some very interesting trends that we’ve discovered along the way.

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avatar for John Whaley

John Whaley

Founder/CEO, UnifyID
I work in the broad area of computer systems, especially operating systems, virtualization, computer security, finding and avoiding software defects, algorithms, performance, parallelization, concurrency, scalability, mobility, compilers, program analysis, programming languages, APIs, networking, protocols, system architecture, kernel development, IO performance, and data structures. | | Arthur L. Samuel Thesis Award for Best Thesis at... Read More →



Friday May 20, 2016 2:10pm - 2:50pm
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