Passwords are the #1 security threat to enterprises today and are prime targets in cyberattacks. Passwords are also a source of friction for both your employees and customers. Passwordless is the way to reduce your security risk and increase user engagement and productivity.
Passwordless authentication protects the main target of hackers—your users—by providing quicker and easier ways to login and gain access.
Why Passwordless is Important Today
In our digital world, your customers' primary interaction with your brand is through your website or app. With more digital interactions than ever before, you need to make gaining access as seamless and secure as possible.
Standard passwords are no match for hackers who have multiple tools at their disposal to easily crack them. Passwords are also the source of much frustration for users who constantly forget and have to reset their credentials.
Stronger password policies and password managers are only band-aid solutions. Passwordless is the ultimate goal if you want to deliver frictionless and secure experiences.
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Passwordless is Here
Passwordless is no longer a futuristic technology or something reserved for only the most sophisticated and deep-pocketed enterprises. Technology advances have made passwordless available for a wide variety of use cases and requirements.
Did You Know?
of consumers would switch to a competitor if they made it significantly easier to log in.
Reduce Your Greatest Security Risks and Deliver the Frictionless Experiences Your Users Demand
The Passwordless Journey
Passwordless is not a one-size-fits-all process. Each organization has its own technology investments, user scenarios and regulations to account for. But the end state is clear—intelligent, continuous and frictionless authentication that improves both security and user experience.
Centralize SSO & add risk-based MFA.
Phase Out Passwords
Reduce the use of passwords by using biometrics and other authentication methods as the primary factor.
Standardize on FIDO
Implement FIDO (Fast Identity Online)—the first passwordless open standard—for stronger security controls.
Remove passwords altogether, even from account creation, by advancing registration, verification and continuous authentication processes.
To dive deeper into the six building blocks of a passwordless future, see our guide
Ping Helps DB Shenker Innovate Their Identity Management
Global logistics leader DB Schenker wanted to deliver streamlined access to their employees and customers. They chose Ping because it gave them a path to centralize authentication and provide options for various use cases, including early stages of passwordless login.