Tuesday, June 19 | 3:35-4:50 PM
Recommended Prerequisite: Basic understanding of password best practices
Field of Study: Information Technology
Frequent, large-scale data breaches have compromised the effectiveness of passwords and other knowledge-based authentication (KBA) techniques. Biometrics and other next generation authentication tools are here; however, organizations are struggling to articulate and execute a cohesive strategy to eliminate passwords. This session highlights considerations for authentication design and the benefits of a programmable security platform.
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Leonard Kwan is a director in PwC's Financial Crimes Unit. He is primarily responsible for managing the delivery of anti-financial crimes technology, principally in the surveillance and authentication space.
Kwan helps his clients identify fraud risks and design controls to mitigate risks and enhance customer experience. He has worked closely with a number of key emerging and mature financial crimes technology vendors to design and deliver holistic and cohesive anti-fraud architectures. Prior to joining the Financial Crimes Unit, Kwan spent more than 10 years in advanced analytics enabled customer strategy, marketing and compliance.
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