WEBINAR 5: Multi-factor authentication at Bowdoin and Beyond

MTUG Events

Wed., January 16, 2019, 11am to 12pm

Online at http://mtug.webex.com

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Eric Berube will be walking through how multi-factor authentication (MFA) has been implemented at Bowdoin College, some of the challenges encountered and strategies used for a successful roll out. Looking ahead to what's next Eric will discuss the future roadmap for MFA and the steps necessary to reach those goals.

This session speaker and topic was coordinated by volunteer MTUG board member Christopher Falk.


Speakers

Eric Berube

I.T. Security Officer, Bowdoin College

Eric Berube is currently the I.T. Security Officer at Bowdoin College, where he has held various IS/IT roles over the past seven years. He has greatly enhanced the security posture of the college through various awareness techniques and deployment of new security tools including multi-factor authentication, NGFW, NGAV, and SIEM technologies. More recently, Eric has been working on many compliance initiatives including GDPR, PCI DSS, and HIPAA. Eric also has helped to design, architect, and deploy many of the solutions that Bowdoin currently operates. Prior to arriving at Bowdoin, Eric was Director of Adult Programs at the Cathance River Education Alliance, a local nonprofit. Eric currently holds a myriad of technical certifications, including: CISSP, GLEG, GCIA, GSEC, RHCSA, and CCNA. Eric has a B.S. in Wildlife Ecology, an M.S. in Information Systems, and an M.B.A., all from the University of Maine.

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