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Something You Know, Something You Have, Something You Are
Designing Better Authentication to Make the Web Safer

October 7, 2020 at 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm PDT

Make your data more secure- learn about what tools help

Stacy Taylor

Stacy Taylor

Stacy Taylor

UI/UX Designer, Auth0

About the Speaker

Stacy Taylor is a product designer at Auth0, where she creates a better user experience for developers and security professionals to provide safe and secure products for their users. She began her career as a librarian doing work in information architecture and user research, which eventually led her to pivot to a full time career in UX. She has served as a member of the CHIFOO board since 2018.

Something You Know, Something You Have, Something You Are
Designing Better Authentication to Make the Web Safer

Speaker: Stacy Taylor
October 7, 2020 at 6:30 pm -8:30 pm
Your Own Home via Zoom

Something You Know, Something You Have, Something You Are
Designing Better Authentication to Make the Web Safer

There was probably a data breach today. Or yesterday. Likely both. Maybe that password you use for everything made its way to the dark web. Perhaps your personal data was leaked when a major retailer got hacked. Could be you’ve noticed something weird in your history on your favorite streaming service.

Our data is constantly at risk of being exposed and sometimes it feels like you have to become a security expert just to protect yourself. But there is some good news. As more companies start to recognize authentication as a design problem the user experience of logging in to your favorite app or service is steadily improving. Come learn about password alternatives, two factor authentication, and biometric authentication, and leave with few simple steps you can take to make your data more secure. (The secret code for this meeting is 123456.)

Something You Know, Something You Have, Something You Are
Designing Better Authentication to Make the Web Safer

Speaker: Stacy Taylor
October 7, 2020 at 6:30 pm -8:30 pm
Your Own Home via Zoom

Something You Know, Something You Have, Something You Are
Designing Better Authentication to Make the Web Safer

There was probably a data breach today. Or yesterday. Likely both. Maybe that password you use for everything made its way to the dark web. Perhaps your personal data was leaked when a major retailer got hacked. Could be you’ve noticed something weird in your history on your favorite streaming service.

Our data is constantly at risk of being exposed and sometimes it feels like you have to become a security expert just to protect yourself. But there is some good news. As more companies start to recognize authentication as a design problem the user experience of logging in to your favorite app or service is steadily improving. Come learn about password alternatives, two factor authentication, and biometric authentication, and leave with few simple steps you can take to make your data more secure. (The secret code for this meeting is 123456.)

Rachel Beth Egenhoefer

Rachel Beth Egenhoefer

Rachel Beth Egenhoefer

University of San Francisco

About the Speaker

Rachel Beth Egenhoefer (she/her) is a design educator, sustainability researcher, systems leader, critical maker who uses design as a tool for social change. She is a Professor in Design at the University of San Francisco, where she teaches courses in sustainable design, systems thinking, design activism and community engaged learning. Egenhoefer is the editor of the Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Design (2017 & 2019) and the moderator of AIGA SF’s Compostmodern series.

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Date:
October 7, 2020
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6:30 pm - 8:30 pm PDT
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CHIFOO

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