Statistics prove that passwords are not a
viable security practice
The use of passwords as a first line of defense is a faulty security posture. Statistics prove that relying on our ability to create unique, but easy to remember passwords for 10, 20 or even more applications is too difficult. Further, imposing password standards actually encourages insecure user behavior and results in frustrated users and gaping security holes.
The password problem is big and getting bigger. The longer you let the status quo ride, the greater your risk and the higher the price you will pay for a breach.
Check out our password statistics infographic and learn why it's time to move away from passwords as a main security model.