Last week, Google made a groundbreaking announcement: the release of passkeys for all Google account holders. This means that over 1 billion users can now sign into their accounts with just a single tap on their device, no password or two-factor authentication required. Read Google's announcement here. So why is
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Passwordless login is becoming a trend as it eliminates the need for users to remember their credentials or create a new account, making it a more convenient option. Adopting passwordless login can improve user experience and conversion rates.
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When I started in the online identity management business seven years ago, it was common to hear the mantra that increasing the security of digital property meant degrading the user experience. It was true. If your digital property needed second-factor verification, then the process became even more complicated for users.
If you want to keep your online accounts secure, you may find that passwords don’t cut the mustard for several reasons: * It’s hard to remember good passwords. * Passwords are often reused. * Hackers can breach databases where passwords are stored. * Passwords are frequently subject to phishing attacks. So, what
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