Identity Automation to Participate in K12 SIX Webinar on Making Districtwide Multi-Factor Authentication a Reality
Complimentary registration still available for the December 14 event
Identity Automation, the digital identity platform for education, today announced it’s slated to serve on a panel of speakers during a webinar hosted by the K12 Security Information eXchange (K12 SIX) at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, December 14. The event is free, and registration is available here any time.
Titled “Options Equal Adoption: The Secret to Making Districtwide MFA a Reality,” the webinar includes the following featured speakers:
- Doug Levin – National Director of K12 SIX
- Jon Hurley – Assistant Superintendent of Technology, Dallas (TX) Independent School District
- Kevin Satterfield – Senior Architect (Authentication) at Identity Automation
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Schools are a frequent target for ransomware attacks, resulting in skyrocketing cybersecurity insurance premiums and a higher bar for coverage that often includes MFA mandates. The speakers will offer attendees numerous insights surrounding the implementation of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) in K-12 settings, including how to proactively identify which of your users are at risk and how to enhance security with flexible MFA. They’ll also discuss the implementation of best practices to comply with today’s ever-increasing number of cyber insurance provider mandates.
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