A Future Without Passwords

Since the 1960s, passwords have been a critical element of interacting with computers and other digital devices. From the pin we use with our bank cards to the credentials we use for our email, passwords are ingrained in every one of our digital interactions. And yet, from a security standpoint,…

What Does AI Mean for Account Security?

Passwords, 2FA code generators, security keys and pin codes are common ways of securing accounts, but they're cumbersome for users and many banks in the USA and Europe are looking to other options such as Voice ID systems to offer frictionless logins. Even as recently as a few…

How Secure is Your 2FA, Really?

For years, sysadmins have fought a losing battle to get users to secure their accounts properly. Preventing password re-use and poor password choices is almost impossible, but adding extra authentication layers can help, as long as those authentication options are robust. Unfortunately, as the recent news about Google Authenticator shows,…

Why You Need Multifactor Authentication for Your Business

It seems like every day we hear about a new security breach. What’s baffling is the number of organizations still relying on old password-based security technology to keep the private information of not only their company but also their customers safe. Multifactor Authentication technology exists! Unfortunately, developers and product…

Password vs. Passwordless Authentication: Which is Best for Your Business?

When it comes to securing user accounts, passwords have been the go-to method for decades. However, with the rise of data breaches and the increasing sophistication of hackers, many businesses are turning to passwordless authentication as a more secure alternative. But is passwordless authentication really better than passwords, and which…