Robert Deignan the Entrepreneurial Guru
Robert Deignan was a renowned marketer best recognized for his excellent performance records and co-founding Advanced Tech Support Digital Services 6 years ago. He is also the current CEO of the company. Before ATS Digital Services, Robert Deignan worked as the Executive Vice President at IS3, Inc., for over nine years. Here he helped the company soar to greater heights through his managerial and marketing skills. Earlier on he helped set up Franlink, Inc. Mr. Deignan went to Purdue University and is a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management holder. This was after attending St. Thomas Aquinas High School.
Under his guidance and leadership, Advanced Tech Support (ATS) Digital Services has made impressive progress. In July 2017, ATS Digital Services became the call center to be certified by AppEsteem Corporation. This means that they are now able to deliver premium support services to its clients. The certification process involved meeting all thirty-nine compliance requirements by AppEsteem. Mr. Deignan dutifully ensured the success of this process.
When asked on his thoughts about the company he helped establish, his sentiments were as striking. He stated that the foundation of which the company is found is comprehensive, consumer-centered compliance. This paved the way for transparency and allowed for operational procedures at the highest levels possible. These attributes, instilled by the CEO, are the reason ATS Digital Services has delivered technical support services to many thousands of satisfied clients. Furthermore, the service provider is not only through the telephone but also via remote access screens technologies. Mr. Deignan has also ensured his company is the best in consumer-friendly procedures and practices. Ethically, Robert Deignan has provided that his company and employees do not indulge in unlawful or unethical practices as projected by the company’s clean record. As a team player, Mr. Robert Deignan is described as a delight to work with by workmates.
For very long time since the information age was introduced, businesses have been using passwords so as to secure the access to the data of the company. The password is however not enough to protect company’s precious information in the current times. Hackers have been breaking into the computer systems of companies and releasing passwords and usernames to the open web. In order to curb this regular occurrences, security professionals have started exploring ways on how to minimize the impact of this threat. In the last several years, the multi-factor authentication has been more ubiquitous and it is now the time for the introduction of biometric technologies as an alternative authentication system.
Biometrics is described as something you are and not something you know. There are two major categories of biometrics; behavioral and physiological. The physiological biometrics normally includes everything from voice to fingerprints, facial, iris, and heartbeat pattern recognition. Behavioral biometrics on the other hand includes factors like navigation patterns, hand tremor, right or left handedness and also keystroke dynamics. Behavioral biometrics is not optimal as an only form of authentication since they do not have the immediate uniqueness characteristic which is offered by physiological techniques. However, behavioral biometrics is most effective when used together with other data such as device data such as hardware attributes or IP and physiological biometrics.
In order to improve the overall identity as well as access management strategy for a company, security professionals should find the best combination of behavioral biometrics, password authentication and physiological biometrics. With their project known as Abacus, Goggle has decided to take things to another level. This project combines the two forms of biometrics so as to minimize the use of passwords. It has been successfully tested in academic environment.
OneLogin is a company that offers security and speed to the modern enterprise as a top identity management and SSO (Single Sign-on). Businesses use OneLogin so as to secure their company data, end users efficiencies and increase IT administrator. OneLogin is also a pioneer when it comes to creating open standards for identity management which include OpenID Connect, SCIM and SAML