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Speakers » Andrew Churchill
Standards Director for MIDAS, Digital Innovation Director, TISA, UK
Emergence of biometrics and mobile technologies in multi-factor authentication
- The importance of 'multi-factor' in EMV migration;
- The role of biometrics/mobile, particularly?in remote channels;
- Implementation issues arising to successfully integrate multi-factor online.
The presentation will outline how multi-factor authentication has historically impacted on card-present fraud when implemented elsewhere, the changes made by attackers to continue their ill-gotten gains via 'card-not-present', and the techniques being adopted to secure?these new channels of attack. In particular, the emerging role of biometrics (what you are) and a device ((such as a mobile) as what you have) to reinsert multi-factor authentication into a remote channel, such as when ordering goods and/or services over the?internet.
An analysis of fraud trends over different applications will be explored, utilising latest international data, and a comparison to the current and forecast US experience
Andrew Churchill has over 20 years’ experience working in security within Government, Industry and Academia, in particular cyber security and financial crime, leading the UK cybercrime task force, and as subject matter expert on a European Union cybercrime and terrorism programme.
He is currently Standards Director for MIDAS (Mobile ID/Authentication Standards) Alliance, lead author of the British Standards Institute Digital Identification & Authentication Code of Practice, and Digital Innovation Director for TISA, a UK financial services association, where he leads the industry Digital ID pilot, KYC passport, and Data Protection Code of Conduct. He also researches vulnerabilities and security solutions, specialising in payment and identity systems.
In addition to his first degree Andrew holds Masters in Defence & Security Analysis (MA Lancaster) and Information Security (MSc, Royal Holloway).