Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is becoming the standard approach for securing enterprise systems. Companies large and small are embracing the technology due to its flexibility, affordability, and ease to implement.
Implementing Multi-Factor Authentication provides fundamental topics to help students understand what MFA is, why it is important, and how to start implementing a MFA system.
This course is meant for beginners to MFA, but it can also be a good refresher for those who are familiar with MFA.
By the end of the course, you will understand the fundamentals of MFA and you'll be able to implement a basic hardware-less MFA system.
Howdy, I'm Ethan.
I'm from Texas and currently live in the Dallas area. I went to a small high school that didn't offer computer science, so my first introduction to it was in college. I had registered to study electrical engineering until the speaker at my orientation canceled and was replaced by a computer engineering graduate. That 60 minutes changed my life and I've had a passion for software development ever since.
While pursuing my degree, I had internships in the telecom and defense industries. Upon finishing my degree I ultimately decided to enter into IT consulting at Credera, because of the promise of working on challenging project across many different industries. While at Credera, I've specialized in building out REST and SOAP web services, 3rd party vendor integration, and open source architecture.
I enjoy explaining what I've learned and showing others how it can benefit them. I hope my lectures help you in some way and are as easy to follow as I intend them to be. Have fun and feel free to shoot me a question!