05-15-13 | Blog Post
Stolen credentials? Hacked social network accounts? Not with two-factor authentication! Learn more about how to protect your company and data with a simple security service. Join Dug Song, CEO of Duo Security and Jason Yaeger, Director of Operations/Risk Management & Security Officer of Online Tech as they discuss a cost-effective way to achieve security and compliance with two-factor authentication.
Title: The Affordable Way to Maintain Security and Compliance with Two-Factor Authentication
When: Tuesday, June 4, 2013 @2PM ET
Register: Online with GoToMeeting
Description: Never suffer from weak passwords again. According to Mandiant, 100% of security breaches involve stolen credentials. Not a week goes by without news of another high-profile security breach– trusted websites like LinkedIn, LivingSocial, Evernote, and more. And in a cascade of damage, when these sites are breached, passwords are stolen and can be reused to access additional accounts. The impact on your business and the professional reputation of your business can be disastrous.
If you must meet industry compliance standards such as HIPAA compliance or PCI DSS compliance, two-factor authentication is a best practice to fulfill authorization and authentication requirements. Join Dug Song, CEO of Duo Security and Jason Yaeger, Director of Operations/Risk Management & Security Officer of Online Tech as they discuss how to employ two-factor authentication to protect your data and your business.
Dug Song, CEO of Duo Security
Dug has a history of leading successful products and companies to solve pressing security problems. Dug spent 7 years as founding Chief Security Architect at Arbor Networks, protecting 80% of the world’s Internet service providers, and growing to $120M+ annual revenue before its acquisition by Danaher.
Before Arbor, Dug built the first commercial network anomaly detection system (acquired by NFR / Check Point), and managed security in the world’s largest production Kerberos environment (University of Michigan).
Dug’s contributions to the security community include popular open source security (OpenSSH,libdnet, dsniff), distributed filesystem (NFSv4), and operating system (OpenBSD) projects, and co-founding the USENIX Workshop On Offensive Technologies (WOOT).
Jason Yaeger, Director of Operations/Risk Management & Security Officer, Online Tech
In his three years at Online Tech, Jason has guided the company through successful completion of many audits, including SAS 70 Type I, SAS 70 Type II, SSAE 16, and HIPAA. In addition to overseeing operations across all of Online Tech’s data centers, Jason is also the Vice President of the Southeast Michigan Chapter of 7×24 Exchange.
Prior to Online Tech, Jason was Director of Internet Operations at 20/20 Communications where he spent 8 years developing the company’s wireless and internet initiatives.
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