Cornelius is into multi-factor authentication for more than 12 years. He is the project lead of the privacyIDEA authentication system.
As a consultant Cornelius learnt to unterstand customers requirements in heterogenous networks. He planned and implemented several public key infrastructures for smartcards and was one of the first to work on the interoperability of the Aladdin eToken between Windows and Linux.
In 2006 he started one of the first open source OTP systems implementing the HOTP algorithm. In 2009 he initiated an enterprise OTP solution as product manager. In 2014 he founded the opensource project privacyIDEA. It is a vendor independent authentication system, which can be used to manage arbitrary authentication objects to implement many different ways of multi-factor authentication. privacyIDEA supports several authentication protocols like PAM, RADIUS, SAML or LDAP. In 2014 Cornelius also founded the company NetKnights to provide consultancy for strong and secure authentication.
cornelinux presents 1 Event:
Successful 2FA is a matter of smooth workflows at LinuxFest Northwest 2018