To paraphrase the great humorist Mark Twain, rumors of the death of passwords have been greatly exaggerated. While people lament the challenges and problems posed by passwords, they remain a core authentication and security technology.
My colleague Andras Cser and I have been fielding so many client inquiries around passwords that we are undertaking a quantitative, anonymous survey from end user organizations to gauge their current password policies and usage. This online survey asks about your organization’s current password policies and challenge as well as the future role of passwords in your organization. We also are using the survey to gain perspectives on the future of passwords and how other technologies might replace passwords completely.
The survey is completely confidential, but participants who provide contact details will receive a complimentary copy of the report when it’s published later this year.
You can access the survey here:
We look forward to your responses!