Breach Prevention Tactics: How to Eliminate Stored Passwords
Breach Prevention Tactics: How to Eliminate Stored Passwords

What would happen if hackers got a hold of your database of credentials, but discovered that it didn't contain any passwords that were hashed or encrypted? Strong authentication credentials help prevent security breaches by eliminating the password hash file, thus making the "breachable" unbreachable.

This white paper highlights:

  • What the cost of a data breach can be for an organization;
  • Why passwords are susceptible to attacks;
  • How to eliminate the need to transmit and store passwords;



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