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Once upon a time, passwords were invented to protect the relatively few applications that businesses used. Now everyone uses dozens, even hundreds, of applications and websites. But they may still only have a few passwords for all of those, and they may be the usual weak suspects. Getting users to change their behavior starts with understanding what motivates them to do things that sometimes defy common sense.

This 16-page report on the Psychology of Passwords is based on researching the practices and attitudes of 3,750 business users around the world. You'll gain insights into what motivates their password practices so that you can address their specific concerns. And you'll learn how that may differ from country to country. To get your free copy of this valuable data and analysis, just take our short survey on your identity and access management plans.

Nov 11, 2021
Nov 11, 2021

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