Say goodbye to the password as you know It

Passwords and PINs are more vulnerable than ever before but technology like voice biometrics, to identify and protect information, may be in use sooner than you would think.

Passwords and PINs are more vulnerable than ever before. Proving this point have been a number of recent high profile security breaches, including Twitter, Evernote and most infamously LinkedIn, where 6.5 million user accounts were stolen and placed in the hands of criminals. If these breaches highlight anything, it’s that cyber-attacks are not only increasing in frequency, but also sophistication. And even more importantly, they’ve indicated that while the traditional password and PIN has served organisations well in the past, they are quickly becoming antiquated in today’s world of connected smart devices and even smarter hackers.     

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