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What password security options do you think will be more universally adopted in the coming year?

I think Multifactor where it is Password (expires at least every 90 days, perhaps 120) with Biometrics.  The combination of the two would allow the password to be used a bit longer (less writing it down which is good), and add a factor that 100% of the time you always have it with you.   We've tried keys generated on phones, etc, but believe it or not occasionally forget their personal or work cell phones.  Very few lose their faces, eyes, fingerprints etc.   The bad guys keep getting more sophisticated, so MFA is very likely to increase. 

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I think Multifactor where it is Password (expires at least every 90 days, perhaps 120) with Biometrics.  The combination of the two would allow the password to be used a bit longer (less writing it down which is good), and add a factor that 100% of the time you always have it with you.   We've tried keys generated on phones, etc, but believe it or not occasionally forget their personal or work cell phones.  Very few lose their faces, eyes, fingerprints etc.   The bad guys keep getting more sophisticated, so MFA is very likely to increase. 
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Biometric and MFA
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Anonymous Author
Multi-factor authentication, Biometrics 
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The pulse on the ground we are getting from our clients is MFA and passwordless. Biometrics definitely however i dont think the universal adoption in 12 months is realistic due to hardware and other related issues.
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Zero trust
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The two password security options that I believe will become more widely utilized in the coming year are Multi-Factor Authentication and Biometrics.
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Passwordless login is the future. MFA is the de facto standard at the moment, more and more customers are implementing it, but passwordless is what's coming up
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PAM and MFA
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Passwordless, MFA, biometrics
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Any password authentication works on fundamentally checking - 'Who I am' or 'What I know' or 'What I have'. A good combo of two out of above three is a good combo. Technologies will change in this area every one year as perps get more sophisticated but this combo should work
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Biometrics and Multi-factor authentication
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password with  combination of lowercase, uppercase, numbers and special characters
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The other aspect will be context aware security - i.e. where is the user geolocated, on what device, on what connection method, at what time of day, and an element of AI tracking users usual activities and actions and personal habits as they progress through to a service to detect anomalies and also grade security measures based on the activity - just a simple check may just be a biometric, accessing transactions to change or amend will require further authentication.
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Two factor and multifactor authentication Biometrics Facial recognition 
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MFA
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Passwordless
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In the "coming year" it will definitely be Multi-Factor Authentication. Is currently very adopted, it could change in a mid term to Biometrics or Passwordless.
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