Strong passwords alone might not be enough to solve all your security problems

Despite being around for years, passwords are a relatively weak form of security, and many users are realising that they need other forms of protection to stay safe online, new research has found.

A report from the FIDO Alliance, an open industry association working to reduce the reliance on passwords, revealed that globally, a quarter (25%) of the population is using biometrics (fingerprints, facial recognition tech, and the likes) in some capacity. In the UK alone, biometrics are being used by at least 39% of people. 


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