The Plan to Eliminate Passwords

When your organization going passwordless, you don´t need consider or think about stolen or compromised credentials that is the most
common cause of a data breach wich have an average cost of USD 4.5 million. Password related attacks comes in several different ways,
the most common types are phishing, brute force, man-in-the-middle, malware, and credential stuffing. Removing passwords from
authentication processes is critical for your company security.

The following 5 steps your organization should take to become True Passwordless.

01 Start your day with Passwordless Authentication to your desktop

Though many organizations pour their security resourcess into authentication processes for system applications and single sign-on,
they often fail to adress one of the biggest security gaps: 
the first login of the day on the desktop. Hackers can easily gain access through this vulnerability and use it as a launching pad for 
further attacks. To cut down on risk and increase security, it´s important to eliminate passwords and deploy a passwordless MFA
solution for the desktop. This solution is not only recommended by cyber insurers, but it also saves employees 24 hours of hassle
every year. Don´t leave your organization vulnerable - take the first step towards enhanced desktop security today.

02 Integrated Single Sign-On

Elevate your security game and enhance your login process by connecting your passwordless MFA to your SSO identity provider.
Secure your access to crucial systems, applications, and data with a robust security posture that prevents any sneaky break-ins.
Avoid using stored credentials or shared secrets in your authentication process - no cheating, even temporarily !

Make life easier for your users by providing them with a seamless and stress-free login experience that connects their desktop
login directly to their SSO in the cloud. This not only eliminates passowords but also reduces the load on your IT support team,
saving precios time and increasing productivity. It´s time to step up your authentication game and streamline your workflow with desktop-to-SSO.

03 Remove One Time Password (OTP)

Long gone are the days where we could rely on simple email or SMS verification codes for secure logins. Nowadays, hackers have found
ways to easily compromise these outdated methods through SIM-swapping, malware or even dedicated phishing kits.
As we work towards eliminating passwords altogether, it´s crucial that we also let go of one-time passwords (OTPs) as a primary
method of authentication. Despite some applications still requiring legacy OTPs, they´re not only insecure, but take up valuable
employee time and costly licensing fees. It´s time to usher in a new era of secure authentication methods.

04 Include legacy applications in your passwordless strategy

As companies move towards a password-free future, one hurdle remains:
legacy applications that still rely on the outdated practice of passwords. With your single sign-on and passwordless multi-factor
authentication (MFA) in place, it´s time to turn your attention to those legacy applications still requiring passwords. You´ll notice a
distinct desire for change as your employees enjoy the seamless access granted by passwordless authentication. So why are these apps
still dragging their feet? There are a couple of workarounds available: either integrate the apps into your SSO solutions or use our
passwordless authentication´s software development kit (SDK) to directly intergrate the solution into these stubborn applications.
Time to bring everyone up to speed!

05 Create a Go-Passwordless Culture

The battle against passwords may seem like an easy win for security advocates, but unfortunately, there are plenty of password-loving
vendors, developers, and even internal voices who just won´t let it go. Despite the well-known risks that come with relying on
passwords for authentication, these staunch supporters continue to make it difficult for organizations to make any progress in
eliminating them. As a result, some organizations may find themselves taking two steps back for every step forward, introducing
exceptions or compromising on security measures in order to keep the password faithful happy. It´s a tough fight, but once you start
down the path of password elimination, there´s no turning back.