On the dark web, cybercriminals have developed markets where passwords are bought and sold. Ransomware attacks are often performed using stolen passwords, Axios reports. Passkeys are generally considered more secure than passwords because hackers would need both the user’s information and the information from the company. If 1Password’s beta testing is successful, its current business model will fade into obscurity, and modern-day passwords will be a relic of a past, less secure age.


More

What is a passkey? Why Apple is betting on password-free tech

The digital realm has long struggled with the vulnerabilities inherent in password-based authentication systems. With…

Read More →

The Register: AWS is pushing ahead with MFA for privileged accounts. What that means for you.

AWS is making multi-factor authentication (MFA) mandatory for privileged users, specifically management account root users…

Read More →

IT Brew: FIDO Alliance announces identity-proofing certification

FIDO’s Face Verification Certification tests for security, liveness, and bias in remote identity verification technology…

Read More →


123248 Next