A question of trust
Salvatore Sinno examines the changing face of biometrics in the light of the upcoming GDPR
For yet another year, 2017 saw “123456” and “password” being among the most popular passwords adopted by users. While some of this can be attributed to end-user security reticence and general lack of awareness, a lot of this is down to password overload and fatigue.
Given the number of high-profile hacking and ransomware cases that occurred over the last year, this apparent apathy to password management is alarming. But it’s easy to empathise when the average user, who more than . . .