Using Zero Trust To Kill The Employee Password
Passwords are easy pickings for cybercriminals and the culprit behind many cyberattacks. Administrative costs and user productivity losses add insult to injury. So why are so many organizations still password-centric? Both business and technical obstacles, such as legacy systems and partner requirements, conspire to keep organizations hooked on passwords.
This report compares authentication methods in use in today's organizations and offers steps to help S&R pros ditch the password for good and adopt a Zero Trust approach to authentication.
- Why Passwords Are More Insecure Than Ever
- Why Most Organizations Still Struggle To Kill The Password
- How to Plan For A Passwordless Future