In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity threats, financial services and healthcare institutions find themselves in a cyber war. With an influx of sophisticated cyber threats, including triple extortion ransomware attacks and the weaponization of generative AI to compromise security, traditional tactics aren’t enough to combat breaches.
The pressing imperative for organizations in these sectors extends beyond thwarting attacks. It demands proactive measures to secure all users, all applications and all devices, as mandates require (or soon will require) for all authentication security controls.
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Guided by insights from industry expert Steve Goldberg, Director of Product Management, SecureAuth, this invitation-only roundtable will harness the collective experiences of participants. Together, we will explore innovative approaches to implementing phishing-resistant Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) as a non-negotiable addition to your authentication security strategy.
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Director of Product Management
As Director of Product Management, Steve Goldberg, develops and executes the strategy for product management of Arculix, SecureAuth next-gen authentication solution. He is responsible for the strategy, delivery timeline, technical trainings and technical integration of Arculix to enterprises and large organizations. Previously, he was the director of product management and marketing at Axio, senior product manager at Thycotic for endpoint security as well as a product manager for MetaLogix Software. Prior to MetaLogix he served as a Sales Engineer at Axceler (acquired by Metalogix) where he was the primary sales engineer for their global sales team. He received his BS degree from Questrom School of Business, Boston University.
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