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Data breach statistics reveal a concerning trend, with 61% of breaches attributed to stolen or compromised credentials, underscoring the need for enhanced user authentication and authorization measures. To address this vulnerability, businesses must prioritize the development of robust identity and access management policies and adhere to best practices in this field.

Passwords have long been the way how users are authenticated in the digital world. However, with the increasing number of data breaches and phishing attacks, it's becoming evident that relying solely on passwords is no longer sufficient to protect our digital identity. Thankfully, there is a promising alternative on the horizon: passkey authentication. In this article, we'll explore how passkey authentication can revolutionize the way we secure our accounts, and protect our identities online.

Data is the world's most valuable resource, so organizations often go to great lengths to protect it. They must ensure it's accurate enough to translate into reliable insights and private enough to avoid costly breaches or corruption. Businesses must understand how to ensure data integrity to achieve that.

Identity management is also called Identity and Access Management (IAM). Identity Management Solutions manages user identities and their respective access to company resources. All this is handled with the help of a detailed process for preventing unauthorized access to a company's technology such as an enterprise's hardware resources, networks, servers, storage devices, software, and data.

We hear about data breaches on a daily basis, and it's no surprise. You do not need to be a large corporation or an oligarch to fall victim to a cyberattack. By understanding what cyberattacks are, you'll be able to detect and prevent common cyberattacks and protect your devices and online accounts from hackers.

When COVID-19 was first discovered in 2019, most people thought their lives would remain unaffected by the outbreak, which eventually turned into a pandemic. Fast-forward to 2021 and most people that could work from home are doing so, and it is staying for the long haul.

The perks of working from home are numerous. You can roll out of bed in your pj’s and still make it on time for the Monday 9 am meeting. Having the comfort of your own home, avoiding the commute, saving money on those office lunches because you forgot your packed lunch…. I could go on. It’s not all perks though, as there are always thieves and scammers on the lookout and with most workers using their own devices and laptops, cybersecurity could range from financially devastating to easily avoidable.

We've recently heard that about a half-billion Facebook accounts were breached, and posted on hacker's forum for anyone to grab. We often hear the world's largest companies were hacked, and our personal data are leaked. A website like HaveIBeenPwned search data breaches, and tells you if your email or phone number has been pwned. It's not your fault that your personal data has been breached, but you'll be the next victim of identity theft if you don't protect yourself.

What is Webauthn?

We are accustomed to username and password pair to protect our accounts whether that is a computer, bank account, smartphone, or personal email. We also know that password is not the most secure authentication method available today, and there are so many hacks and data breaches that threaten our security. Learn how WebAuthn can enhance your online security.