February 3, 2023

Business Today: Making the Internet safer and better for all – including our seniors

Andrew Shikiar highlights growing cyber threats and e-scams amongst seniors online. As one of the least technologically savvy groups, the elderly is also one of the most vulnerable – and targeted – demographics by online scammers. To achieve a more secure Internet for everyone, we must ensure that the elderly’s needs and preferences are considered. Fortunately, there are readily available standards and best practices to help service providers guide users in adopting passwordless authentication. 

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