Do You Have “Security Fatigue”?

Extract from article by Joanne Rapuano

Defined by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), security fatigue is a weariness or reluctance to deal with computer security, leading to feelings of resignation and loss of control. “These reactions can lead to avoiding decisions, choosing the easiest option among alternatives, making decisions influenced by immediate motivations, behaving impulsively, and failing to follow security rules”…leading to increased risk which the hackers are taking full advantage of daily.

Help is on the way: the next cybersecurity fix for this username/password conundrum? Biometrics.

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