April 5, 2016

CIO: Denial Syndrome: Consumers don’t think they’ll get hacked

In this CIO article, Executive Director Brett McDowell discusses how a good user experience is necessary for consumers to adopt security technologies, and how FIDO standards quietly and unobtrusively provide simpler, stronger authentication.

http://www.cio.com/article/3052135/security/denial-syndrome-consumers-dont-think-theyll-get-hacked.html

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