Read all about no-password authentication methods on the Octopusblog, including frictionless alternatives. Also be sure to check out Secret Double Octopus’s report on workplace preferences in no-password technologies.
In new legislation, California decided to ban easy to guess, default passwords. The bill entitled SB-327, or Information Privacy: Connected Devices demands that electronics manufacturers in California equip their products with "reasonable" security features. What does this mean practically for users? All those generic passwords such as “Admin” and “Password” will be prohibited. Starting 2020 when the law comes into effect, [...]