Passwordless Identification Era
Do you know any colleagues that write their password on a post-it and put it on the corner of their computer screen? Have you ever received a username and password shared via email? I’m sure those experiences are not too unusual for most of us, but just because everyone is doing it, doesn’t mean it’s safe.
Passwords are the real problem; and not being cautious about them makes them an even bigger problem. The 2019 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) confirmed that . We all know that sending passwords via unencrypted channels like email is hazardous. And what about those post-it notes? Every single one of your colleagues can see your password, as well as your housekeeper or night-time maintenance people. Think about it, would you put the password of your social media for everyone to see like that?