This Monday, October 17th, Gradient VP of Product Architecture, Brian Martin, will provide expert insights on phishing-resistant authentication and share concrete ways in which organizations can realize zero trust in their environments at the Authenticate 2022 Conference in Seattle, Washington. Hosted by the FIDO Alliance, this three-day conference will feature keynotes, seminars, and panel discussions from some of cybersecurity’s leaders on the subject of authentication.

Joined by co-panelists Jeremy A. GrantJeremiah Mason, and Christine Owen, Brian Martin will take the stage at 5:15 p.m. PDT for the panel discussion, Buzzword or Solid Cybersecurity Strategy? Considerations for Zero Trust Implementation —  a discussion of the current advisory and regulatory context surrounding zero trust, approaches to authentication under this burgeoning paradigm, and how your own organization can begin its journey on the path to zero trust.

For those attending Authenticate 2022 in-person, make sure you don’t miss this session! And if you’d like to connect with Brian while you’re there, please share your contact information here and we’ll be sure to reach out.

Finally, for all those that can’t make it in person this week, you can still register to tune in virtually. Recordings of all sessions will also be made available to registered attendees after the event has concluded.

About Brian Martin

Brian is VP of Product Architecture at Gradient Technologies, securing the connected world by helping to define and deliver the next generation of authentication and authorization security. Prior to Gradient, Brian contributed to cloudless architecture at HPE, and led network management automation and integration teams at Plexxi (acquired by HPE). Brian served as the Senior Director of Performance Engineering at VMware, and the Vice President of Advanced Development at Virsto Software (acquired by VMware).  Brian has served almost 35 years in IT product development and delivery, and holds 14 patents in distributed and scalable system design and is an active contributor to the CNCF SPIFFE and SPIRE identity authentication projects.