Open Source Authentication: Security without the High Cost

SoCal HTCIA Meeting (06/23/16)
“Open Source Authentication:
Security without the High Cost”
(At the Orange County Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory!)

Fellow Southern California HTCIA Members!
Please join us for coffee & donuts, and a presentation concerning Open Source Authentication at the Orange County Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory!
When: June 23, 2016 (9:00 AM – 12:00 PM)

Location:
Orange County Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory (RCFL)
3800 W. Chapman Ave
Suite 800
Orange, CA 92868
https://goo.gl/maps/LWNp6maxL2r

This meeting will take place at the Orange County Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory (RCFL) where we will also get a tour of the facility!

About RCFL:
An RCFL is a one stop, full service forensics laboratory and training center devoted entirely to the examination of digital evidence in support of criminal investigations such as:

-Terrorism
-Child Pornography
-Crimes of Violence
-Trade secret theft
-Theft or destruction to intellectual property
-Financial crime
-Property crime
-Internet crimes
-Fraud

Presentation“Open Source Authentication: Security without the High Cost”

About the Speaker: Donald E. Malloy, Jr.

Donald E. Malloy, Jr.
Bio

Donald Malloy is the Chairman of OATH, The Initiative for Open Authentication and the Director of Business Development for LSExperts, an open source authentication company. OATH is an industry alliance that has opened the authentication market from proprietary systems to an open source standard based architecture promoting ubiquitous strong authentication.

Malloy has more than 20 years’ experience in the Security and Payment industry and is currently a technology consultant assisting companies with the development of their security business. Don was responsible for developing the online authentication product line while at NagraID Security, now Oberthur and prior to that he was Business Development and Marketing Manager for Secure Smart Card ICs for both Phillips Semiconductors (NXP) and Infineon Technologies.

Don originally comes from Boston where he was educated and has a Masters level in Organic Chemistry and M.B.A. in Marketing. He currently resides in Orange County California and is married with 3 daughters, in his spare time he enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and traveling around this beautiful world.

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