Pindrop Webcast: The Art of Avoiding Authentication
Back in 2014, Mashable wrote that Apple Pay would be “the most secure payment platform on the planet.” Yet once it reached the real world, banks reported as much as 6% of transactions as fraud.
Pindrop Labs, the dedicated research team of Pindrop, conducted a comprehensive survey of financial institutions and their Apple Pay authentication procedures. In this webinar, Director of Research, David Dewey, will present new research from Pindrop Labs on how financial institutions performed when put to the test. For some providers, the ease with which stolen information was added to an Apple Passbook was astounding, while other remained secure under extreme scrutiny.
Attendees will learn:
-How various institutions stack up on their Apple Pay authentication
-What tactics fraudsters use to hack Apple Pay
-The most effective authentication methods and best practices
-What strategies to employ to prevent Apple Pay hacks
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David Dewey is the Director of Research at Pindrop, where he leads the Pindrop Labs team. With 14 years in information security, David began his career at Internet Security Systems (acquired by IBM in 2007). There, he worked as a vulnerability researcher and manager of the X-Force Advanced Research Team and later as the Senior Manager of Technical Strategy for the ISS division of IBM. He holds several patents. David earned a BA in electrical engineering from the Virginia Military Institute and a Ph.D. in computer science from the Georgia Institute of Technology.