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Total Recall: Using Implicit Memory as a Cryptographic Primitive - Tess Schrodinger SecureWV 2017 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Total Recall: Using Implicit Memory as a Cryptographic Primitive
Tess Schrodinger
SecureWV 2017

What is cognitive memory? How can you “implant” a password into it? Is this truly secure? Curiosity around these questions prompted exploration of the research and concepts surrounding the idea of making the authentication process more secure by implanting passwords into an individual’s memory. The result? The idea is that you are not able to reveal your credentials under duress but you are still able to authenticate to a system. This talk will go over current research in the field and their related vulnerabilities and limitations.

Tess is a security engineer and researcher with over twenty years of experience in security and counterintelligence. Her areas of interest are Insider Threat, Quantum Computing, Security Awareness, Cryptography, and Triathlons.

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