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Are Passwords Really Free? A Closer Look at the Hidden Costs of Password Security
As more and more business processes move online, many enterprises are evaluating stronger security than that provided by traditional passwords. However, the decision to replace embedded password security solutions with stronger authentication is a complicated one, involving many factors. One must consider the appropriateness of user fit (usability, portability and multi-purpose functionality) and the appropriateness of corporate fit (strength of security, interoperability and integration, scalability and future flexibility). As with any significant technology investment, cost is always a consideration.

Format:PDF
Company:RSA Security
Language:English
Length:12 pages
Topic(s):Anti-Hacking, Network Security, Password Management


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