451 Research: Overcoming the Hassle of Passwords and MFA with Passwordless Authentication

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As well as being the number 1 attack vector, the drawbacks of passwords are well known – simply put, they can be hard to remember, easy to hack and a general nuisance for both end users and security personnel. However, passwords remain a staple of many organisations’ security frameworks, despite the fact that the cybersecurity industry has been calling for the death of passwords for nearly 20 years.

Find out how you can move to a passwordless authentication model to provide users with frictionless authentication that requires no typing or handling of a secondary device.