Dashlane Will Be at RSA 2018
Dashlane will be at the RSA conference next week in San Francisco. Will you?
The RSA conference is an information security event that connects attendees with industry leaders and innovative technologies (like Dashlane!) and delivers the latest trends and strategies to information security professionals like you.
- Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA
- When: April 16th – 20th, 2018
- Need tickets? Register here.
- Special code: For a free Expo Hall pass only (entry into the event), use: X8EDASHL
We want to meet you! If you’re attending RSA, please come by and visit the Dashlane booth. We’ll have marketing, sales, and support staff there to answer any questions you may have about password management in general or Dashlane Business in particular. Don’t be shy!
Dashlane Booth Details
- Where: Booth #4810, Moscone North
- When: All four days of the conference
- Who: Sales, marketing, support from the Dashlane Business Team
- Free stuff: Dashlane camera covers and Dashlane stickers
Other Things to Do at RSA
RSA is chock-full of great speakers, including Brad Smith (President of Microsoft), Reshma Saujany (CEO of Girls Who Code), Andy Ellis (CSO of Akamai Technologies), Tim Urban (creator of Wait But Why), Monica Lewinsky (Activist), Ala Paller (founder of the SANS Institute), and Kirstjen Nielson (Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security).
If you’re looking for some sessions specifically regarding passwords, identity, or authentication, you can check these out (view all by clicking here):
Biometrics: Sexy, Secure and… Stupid
April 18th, 2018 | 1:45 PM – 2:30 PM | Moscone South Esplanade 151 (click to sign up)
“Biometric identification might be more secure than passwords, but it’s still vulnerable to hacking. Why not hold up a photograph of the phone owner to fool the new facial recognition system? In this presentation, Adam Englander will walk through the risks and dangers of leveraging biometrics for user authentication, and why we all should be thinking twice about it.”
1: Learn why biometrics in devices aren’t the most secure yet.
2: Explore how to protect yourself.
3: Understand steps to authentication.
Speaker: Adam Englander, Chief Architect for MFA Products, iovation
I Forgot Your Password: Breaking Modern Password Recovery Systems
April 19th, 2018 | 1:45 PM – 2:30 PM | Moscone South 308 (click to sign up)
“Almost all modern systems implement a password recovery mechanism. Most of these implementations are designed from scratch without any industry standard to follow what leads to a recipe for disaster. This session will outline the most common vulnerabilities affecting these implementations and illustrate through a real-world case study with a live demo how devastating these vulnerabilities can be.”
1: Learn about the most common problems and errors affecting password recovery systems.
2: Understand through a demo how easy it can be for attackers to abuse these systems.
3: Gain insight on how to avoid the problems discussed.
Speaker: Martín Doyhenard, Security Researcher, Onapsis, Inc.
Speaker: Nahuel Sanchez, Security Researcher, Onapsis, Inc.
Can Blockchain Enable Identity Management?
April 19th, 2018 | 1:45 PM – 2:30 PM | Moscone South Esplanade 151 (click to sign up)
“Blockchain continues to gain traction in the market place as a compelling solution for making identity and access management (IAM) more cost effective by harnessing the power of distributed members in order to “crowdsource” identity services. This session will review an attempt to prove this hypothesis through a proof-of-concept (POC) built for a not-for-profit healthcare consortium.”
1: Learn what blockchain is and how it can help solve problems within IAM.
2: Understand the intended end-state and key players in the blockchain identity ecosystem.
3: Learn about the key elements and lessons learned from this POC.
Speaker: Kurt Lieber, VP, CISO of IT Infrastructure, Aetna
Speaker: Prakash Sundaresan, CTO, Trusted Key
Go to Yubico’s Booth!
Booth: 2241, Moscone South
Yubico is the maker of the Yubikey, a small device which works seamlessly with Dashlane as a form of multi-factor authentication for additional security on sensitive accounts. We love Yubico, and you should definitely check them out if you haven’t heard of them or tried their product yet!
See you in San Francisco!