2020 Password & Authentication Security on the Path to Digital Transformation

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Dr. Larry Ponemon, Chairman & Founder, Ponemon Institute; Abby Guha, Sr, Director Enterprise Product Marketing, Yubico

About this talk

The Ponemon Institute recently surveyed 2,507 IT and IT security practitioners in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Sweden, and Australia regarding password and authentication behaviors. Additionally, 563 individual users were surveyed to understand the differences in security behaviors between IT security practitioners and individuals. The findings were enlightening in answering questions like: What information are businesses and individuals most concerned with protecting? How many respondents admit to reusing passwords for workplace accounts? And how does the state of passwords and authentication impact a company’s ability to progress toward Digital Transformation? Register for this webinar to: - See how IT security and individual users respond to security threats - Understand security behaviors and practices in the workplace - Gauge the popularity of passwordless authentication - Clarify how businesses can protect customer accounts with strong two-factor authentication - Discover the increased risk to businesses with personal mobile devices being brought into the workplace

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