Information Technology

Passwords: The Future of Authentication

Organizational security is a top priority in all organizations today. Users authentication is critical to avoid being a victim of a cyber crime. Passwords are used extensively today because they are the easiest and cheapest form of authentication. But are they secure? What is the future of authentication and what will likely replace passwords in the future.

Learning Objectives:

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize other forms of authentication besides passwords.


Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation:

None


Speaker / Author:

George Monsalvatge is a content developer and project manager with Kaplan IT, with primary responsibilities for developing Microsoft content for Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 10 , SQL Server 2014, Exchange Server 2016, Office 365, Azure Virtualization and SharePoint Server, as well as Project Management Professional (PMP), CompTia A+, Project+, Network+, and Security+. George has also developed content for study materials for certification preparation in CompTia, Oracle and Cisco. George has been a content developer and instructor for over 23 years, and has trained over 1,000 people who have reached their certification goals. Prior to joining Kaplan, George supported the medical industry for Philips Medical Systems, and was an instructor for Wave Technologies and Thomson Learning (now Cengage Learning). He is a Subject Matter Expert for Windows Server, SQL Server, MS Exchange and for various networking issues. George has designed and installed networks and blogs on technical topics for the Transcender Team Weblog. George has a BS in Management from Georgia Tech, where he graduated with honors. He currently lives in the Atlanta area and loves to golf. George passionately follows the Atlanta Falcons, earning the "You Make the Game" award by Coca-Cola for his support of the team and the NFL.

Details

Course Code : 99NAMO03

Release Date : 05/11/2018
Expire Date : 06/30/2021
Credits :
CPE 0.20

Length : 10min
Course Level : Basic
Course Type : Nano Learning
Format Type : eLearning
Mobile Compatible
Field Of Study : Information Technology


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