- Recorded Date:Nov. 29, 2018
- Event:On Demand
The human element is often the most unpredictable in IT. Human instinct drives us down the path of least resistance. If a process is difficult, user productivity suffers.
View this on-demand webinar, which delves into interesting user behaviors often guided by fears, confusion and overconfidence. This two-part discussion starts by reviewing a recent study of the usability and acceptance of a two-factor authentication deployment. In the second part, it discusses implementation scenarios that can increase user adoption of two-factor authentication as well as privilege management solutions.
This presentation will surprise and inform you, as well as demonstrate that perceived usability is not just common sense, but also thinking like a user.
L Jean Camp | Professor, Indiana University
L Jean Camp focuses on the intersection of human and technical trust. She is a Professor at the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University.
Richard Hosgood | Principal Systems Engineer, One Identity
Forward-thinking technologist, Richard Hosgood, is a Principal Systems Engineer at One Identity who implements best of breed blue team security software in the world’s largest IT environments.