The goal of many security teams is to maximize security while minimizing user friction. Passwordless authentication can help you achieve that. By authenticating users with something other than a password—like push notifications that require a fingerprint on a specific device, integrated MDM solutions or hard tokens—you can gain greater assurance that users are who they claim to be.
Yet while passwordless offers a means of providing stronger security and a better experience, few have a clear understanding of how to implement passwordless in their organizations and many are unclear where to start. This paper will help with that. Read on to discover:
The different types of passwordless authentication
Your organization’s readiness to reduce—and ultimately eliminate—passwords
How to build a passwordless strategy for your specific needs