Nathan Clarke, Professor in Cyber Security and Digital Forensics will be giving his Inaugural Professorial Lecture entitled 'Passwords,
PINs and Biometrics - Developing more secure and convenient authentication
The world of user authentication is focused upon developing technologies to solve the problem of point-of-entry identity verification.
Unfortunately, authentication approaches: secret knowledge; tokens and biometrics, all fail to provide universally strong user authentication – with various well-documented failings existing.
This inaugural lecture will discuss the research that has been undertaken at Plymouth to develop a fundamentally new approach that seeks to minimise the authentication burden placed upon users, yet improves the level of security currently being provided.
The lecture starts at 17:00 and will be followed by light refreshments. All welcome.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.