Solving the Weakest Link in Network Security: Passwords
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One of the weakest links in network security systems are passwords. After spending countless hours and dollars ensuring the network is secured, one user can undermine all of IT's efforts by sharing a password or worse, writing it down on a post it note and attaching it to their monitor.

This paper proposes a new approach to improving security by replacing the need for user-entered passwords with biometrics. Download this paper and learn more about:

  • The problems and costs of password practices in today's organizations
  • How organizations can implement fingerprint recognition technology to achieve complete authentication in their organizations
  • The strengths and weaknesses of most existing security solutions: passwords, tokens, single sign-on, etc
  • The ROI of fingerprint authentication solutions
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