What's the Future of Passwords? #cybernotes

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Marc Goodman and Marcus Scharra, CEO of senhasegura

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In the last episode from Cyber Notes, Marc Goodman tells us that a study in the US and Europe has found that each individual has about 110-130 active internet accounts, which often leads users to use the same passwords for multiple accounts. On the one hand, this technique may even make it easier to remember access, but on the other hand, it makes it easier for these accounts to be hacked. In this last part of the interview given to Marcus Scharra, senhasegura's CEO, Marc Goodman talks about the future of passwords and gives tips on what we can do to be more secure while this future does not come.
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