Validity CTO to Address Mobile ID and Cloud Data Leakage at MoSo
SAN JOSE, Calif. & SASKATCHEWAN, Canada -- June 12, 2013
Sebastien Taveau, CTO of Validity Sensors, Inc., the leader in Natural ID™
authentication fingerprint sensors, will be participating in a panel as well
as speaking at the influential MoSo Conference held June 13 and 14 in
During the panel “When we Grow Up”, experts will explore sustainable
approaches to mobile app development and what is next to come. Taveau’s
presentation “Mobile Identity, Social Leakage and Big Money” will cover the
importance of managing mobile identities in the era of the cloud and the
issues related to reducing risk of exposure to fraud. Furthermore, he will
discuss current industry initiatives as they pertain to secure commerce as
well as create fresh opportunities for products and technologies that benefit
consumers and service providers alike.
“When We Grow Up” (Panel)
June 13 @ 12.10PM
The Refinery (Gallery)
“Mobile Identity, Social Leakage and Big Money” (Taveau Presentation)
June 13 @ 2.40PM
Kinsmen Hall (Cosmo)
For more information on Validity and the event, follow us on twitter @validity
About Sebastien Taveau, Validity CTO
Mr. Taveau has more than 20 years of experience in embedded solutions, mobile,
software, and security. Most recently, at PayPal, he led the Mobile Ecosystem
and Technology Integration group and has led the Mobile Disruptive Innovation
team. He is a member of the eBay Inventors Club for his multiple patent
contributions, and is a two-time recipient of the PayPalian Award.
Additionally, Taveau founded and led Fluctuat LLC and has held senior
positions at Cardsoft, Renesas, Ridgerun, and Motorola SPS (now Freescale).
Headquartered in San Jose, California, Validity is the world leader in Natural
ID authentication, providing fingerprint sensors with the highest levels of
performance, security, cost-effectiveness and design flexibility.Validity’s
patented LiveFlex® fingerprint sensor technology enables authentication,
mobile payments, and touch-based navigation for smartphones, tablets, and
notebook computers. For the latest news on biometrics and authentication, read
the Natural ID blog by Validity CTO, Sebastien Taveau.
Kim Stowe, 408-839-8750
Validity Sensors, Inc.
Doug Vargha, 408-387-5366
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