Passwords To Dissapear In The Near Future?

i found this claim in Securitymagazine recently:

'Trust in passwords is waning, most companies plan to do away with them

Sixty-nine percent of security professionals believe usernames and passwords alone no longer provide sufficient security
Seventy-two percent believe their company will do away with passwords by 2025.'

the 'study' mentioned is made by a company selling solutions to these problems and so isn't completely unbiased in my opinion.

However, it raises an interesting point. Certainly in an industry where we use accounts to log in devices all the time.

maybe worth to start a poll on this?

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