Google aims to kill passwords by the end of this year

Biometric authentication is a powerful enabler, allowing businesses smart enough to deploy it to significantly increase rates of registration, gaining data and insight about their customers, while also increasing customer security. This is a win/win scenario which sounds the death-knell for awkward and insecure passwords sooner than we may imagine.
Richard Lack

via a post on The Guardian


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10 thoughts on “Google aims to kill passwords by the end of this year”

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