Los Angeles, June 29, 2016 – TeleSign, the leader in mobile identity solutions, today released a new report Beyond the Password: The Future of Account Security. The study found that 69 percent of security professionals believe usernames and passwords alone no longer provide sufficient security and a majority (72 percent) predict passwords will be phased out within nine years. The report also shows that security professionals are increasingly turning to effective, easy to implement technologies such as behavioral biometrics and two-factor authentication (2FA) to secure user accounts.
Commissioned by TeleSign and conducted by Lawless Research, the study surveyed 600 security professionals across 15 industries in the U.S. and revealed that securing consumer accounts is a top concern for businesses.
“2016 Work and Well-Being Survey” A study by the APA Center for Organizational Excellence found widespread links between support from senior leaders and a variety of employee and organizational outcomes. Employees working for companies that promote employee well-being are more motivated to do their best (91% with leadership support vs. 38% of those without leadership support and more likely to recommend their company as a good place to work (89% vs. 17%).
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