Alternatives to Passwords
by Berislav Kucan - Tuesday, 15 June 2004.
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The third annual survey into office scruples conducted by Infosecurity Europe 2004 found that office workers are still not information security savvy. A survey of office workers found that 71% were willing to part with their password for a chocolate bar.

In this 8 minutes long audio learning session, John Stuart, Signify CEO, discusses what are the alternatives to passwords. There are three fundamental technologies which users could take into consideration: one time passcodes (token based systems), digital certificates and biometrics. Mr. Stuart talks about all of these technologies and provides background and benefits on each of these security systems.

Download the session (5.49 MB) in MP3 format:

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