Why passwordless authentication makes sense
The best thing that can be said about passwords is that they're better than no authentication mechanism. But managing them is a real administrative burden for IT staff. And users waste a lot of time, too, trying to juggle multiple ones. In the end, they're only partly effective as too many users have just one password for everything, leave them in plain sight, or never change them.
Our 22-page comprehensive guide "From passwords to passwordless" can help you chart a course toward increasing use of biometrics, single-sign on and federated identity. Passwords will be around for some time to come, but you can reduce their use and win back some of that ill-spent admin time. To get our free report, just take a brief survey on your identity and acess management plans.