Death of the Password:

Why passwords are no longer fit for purpose in today’s world

Do these passwords look familiar? The most common password is “password,” and can be cracked in miliseconds

There were 16.6 Million Victims to identity theft in the US 2014

The White House, Sony, HSBC and celebrities have all suffered data leaks this year. 2015 is the year that hacking went mainstream.

Passwords are the weakest link in your companies’ cyber security

One password to rule them all

A single password might be more secure than hundreds put together

150 Million of passwords were released after the data breach at Adobe in 2013

Multi-factor innovation

Why multi-factor is killing passwords

Kevin Warwick was one of the first people to have a microchip implanted in his arm — perfect for identification. Is it a step too far? Photo: “Kevin Warwick” by Robert Scoble from Half Moon Bay, USA

The future

Towards a world without passwords

Fingerprinting is only the start: who knows what methods will be used to identify individuals in the future?

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