Moving Beyond Passwords: The Case for Going Passwordless

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Traditional authentication using a username and password has been the foundation of digital identity and security for over 50 years. However, with the ever-growing number of user accounts, there are a number of new issues: the burden on end users to remember multiple passwords, support costs and most importantly, the security risks posed by compromised credentials.

These new challenges are now outweighing the usefulness of passwords. The case for eliminating passwords from the authentication experience is getting more compelling every day.              

Emerging passwordless security standards, elevated consumer and consumer-like experience expectations, and ballooning costs have moved eliminating passwords from a theoretical concept to a real possibility.

This whitepaper explores the case for going passwordless for both customer and employee authentication and maps out steps that organizations can take on their journey to true passwordless authentication.

Read this whitepaper to learn more about:

  • Current authentication methods and their shortcomings
  • Common approaches to going passwordless
  • The benefits of passwordless authentication

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