Rajiv Dholakia

VP Products; Nok Nok Labs
Rajiv Dholakia is VP Products at Nok Nok Labs. He has global operating experience in private and public companies spans security, ecommerce, operating systems, and artificial intelligence technologies. Rajiv has been involved with Identity, Authentication, Encryption & Trust products and services over two decades at companies like Symantec, PGP, and ValiCert. He has also held senior leadership positions in business, technology and product development at ValiCert, Taligent, Sun Microsystems and IntelliCorp. Mr. Dholakia is an advisor to startups and incubators in Silicon Valley, Europe and Asia. He has been a frequent speaker at industry events and consults as an expert for policy and legislative initiatives at the state and federal level. He is passionate advocate for science education and sits on the board of the Girl Scouts of Northern California with special focus on STEM strategy.

Rajiv's Session

Thursday, June 27
5:35 - 6:00 pm
Envisioning Authentication Beyond FIDO
The outlines of FIDO were first discussed at Cloud Identity Summit in Vail. Six years on, it is a firmly established standard with over a billion users using it every day through major brands they interact with. FIDO was conceived as a building block for strong identity & authentication practices and there are applications that range from consumer to enterprise to IoT in wide deployment. How do we think about strong authentication & user identity and experience in a world where hardware-based strong user authentication is ubiquitous? How should one augment FIDO based authentication and what are the key additional building blocks required for a successful deployment at scale? What user journeys are easy and which are hard within the current authentication landscape? This talk from one of the inventors of FIDO will provide a birds eye view of the authentication landscape, its projected evolution and best practices to achieve authentication nirvana.

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