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Authenticate is the industry’s only conference dedicated to all aspects of user authentication – including a focus on FIDO-based sign-ins. It is the place for CISOs, business leaders, product managers, security strategists and identity architects to get all of the education, tools and best practices to roll out modern authentication across web, enterprise and government applications.
The committee is looking for vendor-neutral, educational presentations that focus on authentication strategies and best practices. Submissions can span all aspects of authentication implementations from initial research and business case development through piloting to rollout and beyond. Perspectives on global trends and considerations for user authentication should also be submitted.
The committee is looking for a variety of content types including main-stage thought leadership and storytelling, introductory 101s, detailed case studies, technical tutorials, hands-on labs, and thought-provoking presentations in these formats:
- Main stage – insightful stories that will get the audience thinking, or perhaps re-thinking, how they approach authentication; typically 20 minutes
- Panel – lively discussions on pertinent and/or controversial authentication topics; typically 45 minutes
- Single speaker presentation – track sessions with actionable authentication content; typically 20 minutes
- Dual-speaker presentation – track sessions with actionable authentication content; typically 20 minutes
- Hands-on lab – interactive education sessions that gives attendees the opportunity to build and improve their skills and/or knowledge on a particular aspect of authentication; typically 90 minutes
Topic areas of interest include:
- Authentication trends & insights
- Modern authentication case studies & implementation strategy
- Hands-on implementation guidance & best practices (such as workshop, tutorials, and labs)
- Government impact on authentication
Other topic areas related to authentication will be considered. Submissions that are unique, expertise-driven and reflect diversity in speakers are most likely to be accepted. Product or sales pitches will not be accepted.
The Authenticate Call for Speakers now closes on Friday, April 7, 2023. It’s strongly suggested to submit your ideas early, as the program committee will review proposals as they are submitted.
Please note that you’ll be required to create an account to submit an abstract. **Accounts must be created with the actual speaker details to avoid confusion in the review process.