Call for speakers now opened
SEATTLE, April 6, 2021 — Authenticate, the only industry conference dedicated to the who, what, why and how of user authentication with a focus on the FIDO standards-based approach, is coming in October 2021. This is the second year the FIDO Alliance is hosting this public conference to provide CISOs, security strategists, enterprise architects, product and business leaders with all the education, tools and best practices to roll out modern authentication across web, enterprise and government applications.
Authenticate 2021 will be held October 18-20, 2021 at the Motif Seattle in Seattle, Washington. For more information and to sign up for event updates, visit authenticatecon.com.
Last year’s Authenticate conference featured 50+ sessions, including detailed case studies, technical tutorials and expert panels — all helping educate attendees on business drivers, technical considerations and overall best practices for deploying modern authentication systems. The 2021 event will again focus on providing excellent content, a dynamic expo hall, and other networking opportunities while adhering to all CDC and local health/distancing requirements.
Authenticate Call for Speakers Now Open
Speaking at Authenticate 2021 is an opportunity to increase visibility, educate about in-market solutions, and allow for networking between those involved in modern authentication.
The Authenticate conference program committee is looking for vendor-neutral, educational presentations that focus on modern authentication implementations and best practices. The committee seeks global perspectives and presentations on the following topic areas, though other topics will be considered:
- Authentication trends & insights
- Case studies
- Modern authentication implementation strategy
- Vertical trends & initiatives
- Industry standards
- Regulatory impact on authentication
- Technical & developer tutorials
The call for speakers is now open through May 31, 2021. Professionals who have ideas that are unique, expertise-driven and reflect diversity are encouraged to submit by visiting www.authenticatecon.com. It is strongly suggested to submit early, as the program committee will be reviewing and accepting proposals as they are submitted.
Get involved at Authenticate
In addition to the Authenticate stage, the FIDO Alliance has a number of sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities for the 2021 event becoming available on April 15, 2021 Companies looking to showcase their brand and products front and center at Authenticate can contact email@example.com.
Follow Authenticate on Twitter @AuthenticateCon to participate in the conversation and get important updates leading up to and during the event.
Authenticate is the first conference dedicated to the who, what, why and how of user authentication – with a focus on the FIDO standards-based approach. Authenticate is the place for CISOs, security strategists, enterprise architects, product and business leaders to get all the education, tools and best practices to embrace modern authentication across enterprise, web and government applications.
Authenticate is hosted by the FIDO Alliance, the cross-industry consortium providing standards, certifications and market adoption programs to accelerate utilization of simpler, stronger authentication. In 2021, Authenticate will be held October 18-20 at the Motif Seattle in Seattle, Washington. Visit www.authenticatecon.com for more information and follow @AuthenticateCon on Twitter.
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