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Three Ways to Hack MFA

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Date

March 30, 2022

Time

7pm EDT

Location

Issuetrak
6160 Kempsville Cir #101b
Norfolk, VA

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Questions? Join the conversation on Discord channel #devseccon-virginia

About the event:

We’ll be kicking off our very first DevSecCon Virginia event with Aaron Parecki, Senior Security Architect from Okta. He’ll be covering Three Ways to Hack MFA!

Location (hybrid):
In-person: Issuetrak, 6160 Kempsville Cir #101b · Norfolk, VA
Remote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkzx9BY89Mg

 

Huge thank you to the team at Issuetrak for hosting us

 

Three Ways to Hack MFA

Multi-Factor Authentication adds another layer of protection on top of simple password-based authentication. It is undoubtedly a critical part of protecting your accounts online, but it’s not without its own risks and challenges.

This session will explore three different ways hackers can compromise the protections that multi-factor authentication offers, as well as what you can do to avoid having your own accounts and websites compromised.

Aaron Parecki

Senior Security Architect at Okta

About Aaron Parecki

Aaron Parecki is a Senior Security Architect at Okta with over 20 years of experience in the industry. He is the author of OAuth 2.0 Simplified (https://oauth2simplified.com/), maintains oauth.net, and has taught the fundamentals of OAuth and online security to thousands of developers worldwide. He is a regular contributor to several globally-recognized specifications at the IETF including OAuth 2.1 (https://oauth.net/2.1/) and GNAP (https://oauth.net/gnap/).

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