Nick Hodges is the Developer Advocate for Passage and has been in love with code since he wrote crude text-based adventure games in BASIC using paper tape and a TTY Model 33. Nick really got going with software development when he picked up a copy of Turbo Pascal for Windows and followed that on with Delphi. Currently Nick is interested in Typescript and Angular development. He’s a passionate Minnesota sports fan — especially the Timberwolves — as he grew up and went to college in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. He currently lives in West Chester, PA.
Everyone knows that passwords are….suboptimal. They are the cause of over 80% of all security breaches and they are going the way of MySpace.com. But what else is there? Well, good solutions are out there, and they are coming on fast! The most interesting new technology is PassKeys combined with Biometrics. This presentation will talk about passwords, why they are a problem, and what can be done to eliminate them.