Senior Architect; Yubico
Mr. Bradley is an Identity Management subject matter expert and IT professional with a diverse background. Mr. Bradley has over 15 years experience in the information technology and identity management field. Mr. Bradley advises Government Agencies and commercial organizations on the policy and technical requirements of Identity Management, Federated Identity, Fido, PKI and smart card solutions. Mr. Bradley communicates effectively with clients, vendors, staff and standards organizations to brief them on complex state-of-the-art identity management concepts, best practices, and technical requirements. He is also Chair of the Federation Interoperability WG at Kantara.
He is treasurer of the openID Foundation, on the board of OIX, and an active contributor to SAML and other OASIS specifications at OASIS. Mr. Bradley is one of the leaders of OSIS, and the OpenID Certification, forums that vendors use for industry interoperability testing, and thus has an in-depth understanding not only of the factors that contribute to success, but of upcoming trends that affect whether strategic planning will ensure optimal effectiveness for future operability. John co-authored the ICAM protocol profiles at Protiviti Government Services on behalf of GSA. Current projects include co-authoring the next version of the openID specification and related standards. Mr. Bradley is currently employed at Yubico as a Senior Technical Architect focused on open identity standards.
Wednesday, June 26
4:25 - 4:50 pm Georgetown
Is your 2FA broken? Improvements in phishing techniques are reducing the effectiveness of some second-factor techniques. This session will look at how effective various second-factor techniques are against advanced phishing threats.
We will look at NIST SP-800-63-3 guidance on how threats can be mitigated and what attacks are currently being used against the multiple levels of authentication assurance. Phishing techniques effective against OTP and push notification second-factor methods will be demonstrated.
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