Issues surrounding passwords and password breaches continues to be one of the most impactful security problems IT teams face, yet little investment and dedication is put toward alleviating these pain points. Passwordless workflows are changing this.
By 2022, Gartner predicts 60% of large and global enterprises, and 90% of mid-sized enterprises, will implement passwordless methods in more than 50% of use cases. Why? Because by its nature, a passwordless workflow for authenticating users eliminates the problem of weak passwords, eases users’ password fatigue, and means organizations don’t need to store passwords that could become exposed and compromised.
In this paper, we’ll discuss:
- Heightened security vs. ease of use
- What passwordless means
- Why organizations should care about passwordless workflows
- Jamf’s answer to password woes