Gartner Inc. predicts that by 2025 more than 50% of the workforce and more than 20% of customer authentication will be passwordless – up from only 10% today.
Why is this shift happening? Because the traditional method of authentication using username and password is a security vulnerability that accounts for more than 60% of all security breaches and ransomware attacks. It's time to move beyond this outdated technology and adopt passwordless authentication to enhance security measures.
TruU, a leader in identity-first security, has been recognized by Gartner for its Continuous Adaptive Trust (CAT) model, which utilizes passwordless entry authentication and a proprietary combination of environmental, behavioral, and biometric signals to continuously ensure the right person is accessing the right resources for the right reason. TruU's CAT model exponentially increases data, network, and physical security while substantially reducing breaches, ransomware, and insider threats.
As Gartner advises, forward-looking AIM leaders should evaluate TruU's CAT model as a potential solution for their enterprise security needs. By adopting passwordless authentication and implementing TruU's CAT model, enterprises can improve their security posture and protect against cyber threats. To learn more about TruU's approach to identity-first security, download the report today