Taking passwords and PINs out of the equation

Why are organisations still using passwords to protect customer information when they’re evidently not working?

Russian hackers recently compromised more than 1.2 billion passwords across 420,000 plus websites. The scale of the attack was astounding, making the eBay hack earlier this year, where 145 million passwords were compromised, seem minor.

For many, the solution to the eBay breach seemed simple: log into your account and change your password.

Maybe choose something more difficult.


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