BREAKFAST SEMINAR - April 30th

What if your dog ate your password? FIDO – the best way to eliminate those password blues!

What if your dog ate your password? FIDO – the best way to eliminate those password blues!

Sick of printing stacks of paper and signing your life away? Why not go Digital?

In today’s Digital Age, organizations are constantly looking for digital solutions that meet their security and compliance goals, while improving efficiency.

How can the implementation of technology in your business help meet these goals?

Attend this OneSpan Seminar and discover how these OneSpan technologies have helped organizations in achieving their goals by:

  • Implementing FIDO public key cryptography to go password-less
  • Using any FIDO-compatible authenticator or device to remove friction
  • Using the most seamless signing experience to ensure high user adoption and satisfaction
  • Implementing Electronic Signature to automate and optimize legal processes

Register today!

We look forward to welcoming you in Perth on 30 April.

SPEAKERS

Nigel Stewart: Country Manager ANZ

Nigel Stewart: Country Manager ANZNigel Stewart is an accomplished professional in the IT & Security industry with extensive experience across Asia Pacific. Nigel has joined OneSpan in April 2018 as the Country Manager and has been working closely with customers to ensure OneSpan delivers industry leading solutions and assists in securing their Digital Transformation journey.

Ivan Lin: Senior Technical Account Manager, APAC

Ivan Lin: Senior Technical Account Manager, APACIvan Lin joined OneSpan in 2017 as a Senior Technical Specialist covering the Australian & New Zealand markets. He has been in the Security industry for over 10 years and has extensive experience in delivering security solutions at the network, application & endpoint junctures. 


DATE

April 30th 2019

LOCATION

Novotel Perth Langley
Langley Room - Ground Floor
221 Adelaide Terrace, Perth

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