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Passwords have become a security problem that IT is hoping to plug.
A Verizon report found that “if you are relying on username/email address and password, you are rolling the dice as far as password re-usage from other breaches or malware on your customers’ devices are concerned.”
While passwords provide a level of security, they can be a nuisance. Remembering and tracking password changes places a burden on users. Some organizations try to improve security by forcing users to change their password on a frequent basis, sometimes as often as every two weeks.
Stina Ehrensvärd, CEO and Co-Founder, Yubico, said that “people do not want to be burdened with security — it has to be usable, simple, and work instantly. For years, achieving a balance between high security and ease of use was near impossible, but new authentication technologies are finally bridging the gap. With the availability of password-less login and security keys, it’s time for businesses to step up their security options. Organizations can do far better than passwords; in fact, users are demanding it.”
- Multifactor authentication
- Behavioral Recognition