Are you prioritizing passwordless access right now? If so, what are the main reasons behind the initiative, and what's the biggest challenge you've faced?

Top Answer : users must change their passwords regularly using a reset program and if they forget they are given a reminder to change and update passwords.

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Green Processor
Transportation and Warehousing
users must change their passwords regularly using a reset program and if they forget they are given a reminder to change and update passwords.
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Blue Terminal
Software
Anything to encourage good password management is a boon. Provide users with password managers, encourage OTP MFA, discourage password re-use or password rotation.
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Black Hard Drive
Software
Myself and others within my network are searching for a 'no password' solution that will work across the enterprise (SaaS/AD/device). We are exploring vendors such as BeyondIdentity, Secret Double Octopus, and others. It also looks like Okta and OnePassword already have this available through their SSO/MFA solution and Microsoft is talking a lot about this as well. The challenge is making one of these solutions work across all enterprise applications both SaaS, on-prem and device logins. It looks like these companies are getting closer to a complete solution so I am hopeful.
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Blue Cloud
Software
On the list
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Black Monitor
Manufacturing
We offer Passwordless already, but the gaining user trust is the biggest challenge to overcome. From post-it notes covering cameras, to unwillingness to use some/any apps, to 'cringing' at the idea of the "computer knowing my fingerprint"; the user feedback isn't all positive. Its difficult to garner deep adoption across a large/diverse userbase before trust [in HR, IT, Technology in general) is established. Espcially since we encourage (and train) moderate skepticism & security awareness.
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Orange Charger
Software
This isn't something we are prioritizing right now as we don't think it is ready for prime time.    Scaling it out over thousands of users across multiple geographies and worrying about what happens when the biometric reader breaks or someone's email or phone gets hacked isn't something we have the time to focus on right now.   However we are moving forward with things that would make this possible in the future.  Eg. single sign on across the majority of our apps, allowing people to use biometric for local access on their phones and laptops, etc...
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