Password-based security is an oxymoron. With over 15 billion exposed credentials leaked on the dark web, and 54% of security incidents caused by credential theft, passwords simply aren’t effective at keeping out threat actors. 

Passwords’ widespread exploitability has led to a range of vendors, including Google, Microsoft, Okta and LastPass, to move toward passwordless authentication options as part of the FIDO Alliance


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TechCrunch: Google expands passkey support to its Advanced Protection Program ahead of the US presidential election

Google is introducing passkey support to its Advanced Protection Program (APP), designed for individuals facing…

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Microsoft Blog: Microsoft introduces passkeys for consumer accounts

Ten years ago, Microsoft envisioned a bold future: a world free of passwords. Every year,…

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ZDNet: Two years in, Google says passkeys now protect more than 400 million accounts

Google Account users have authenticated themselves using passkeys more than 1 billion times, but passwords…

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