At the recent ID policy forum, the FIDO Alliance, The Identity Theft Resource Center, and other cybersecurity experts discussed the need for new identity verification methods as data breaches reached record levels in 2023. Panelists argued that relying solely on knowledge-based methods like passwords and Social Security numbers is no longer secure and highlighted the importance of multifactor authentication, passkeys, and biometric checks.


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