Replacing traditional MFA with strong, passwordless authentication methods allows security teams to build the first layer of their Zero Trust architecture. Replacing passwords with FIDO-based passkeys that use asymmetric cryptography, and combining them with secure device-based biometrics, creates a phishing-resistant MFA approach.


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Engadget: Lenovo and Intel take the first step toward eliminating passwords

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CIO Insight: What New NIST Guidelines Mean for Passwords

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Wired: Google’s ‘Advanced Protection’ Locks Down Accounts Like Never Before

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