As we reach a tipping point in the future of authentication, IBM surveyed nearly 4,000 adults to examine global and generational preferences about passwords, biometrics, multifactor authentication and more. The results reveal that users are increasingly security-aware when it comes to protecting their digital identities online, and that biometric authentication is beginning to break into the mainstream - with younger generations leading the way.
Read the report to learn:
- Why Asia Pacific is ahead of the curve on biometric adoption, and what's holding European and American respondents back from new methods
- Which biometric authentication options users view as the most secure
- Why only 15 percent of users trust social media sites with their biometric data