Are passwords obsolete? Thoughts from a famous fraudster.

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  • When we look at online breaches, about 86 percent of the time the hacks have to do with passwords. Because of this, many security experts believe we need to move away from using them.
  • Consequently, we’ve now developed the technology to do just that. For instance, we now have a technology called Trusona — it stands for “true persona.” The technology recognizes the individual, more accurately, based on their device.
  • Many industries are already switching to this method of identity verification. Airlines are already switching, banks are switching, universities, too, are switching.

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