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New Webinar: In-App Authentication with Twilio Authenticator SDK

Traditionally, strong two-factor authentication has required asking users to download a third-party app like Authy to generate security codes or push-to-approve authentication requests. But now, developers can use the new Twilio Authenticator SDK to embed these security features directly into their own apps.

In this 15 minute webinar, we explore how domain registrar Namecheap is using the Twilio Authenticator SDK to provide simple and secure 2FA, including:

  • TOTP (Time-based one-time passcodes) — based on an open security standard that delivers 2FA codes even when the user’s phone has no Internet connection.
  • Push authentication — the simplest user experience with an “Approve” or “Deny” choice instead of requiring users to type a code. Built on top of public key cryptography, push authentication offers the highest level of security.

Join Twilio to learn all about in-app authentication with the Twilio Authenticator SDK. A live Q&A session will follow, and you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and share feedback with the Twilio Authentication team.

Webinar Details

When: Thursday, August 3rd (2 pm ET, 11 am PT)

Presenters:
B Byrne, Head of Product, Account Security, Twilio

Register: The webinar is free but you must pre-register: https://ahoy.twilio.com/webinar-authenticator-sdk

About the author Severine Griziaux

Severine is the Marketing Manager for Authy at Twilio. Before joining Twilio, she was running the marketing for a software company in the search industry. Combining a mix of professional leadership development and business strategy earned throughout her previous experiences, her main focus is to bring the company to light in order to make developers and users understand why and how 2FA can make the web a safer place with Authy. Just a matter of organization, according to her.

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