Why maybe, just maybe, the era of the password is finally sunsetting

Passwords are a pain in the neck for computer users, and easy for hackers to work out. Yet they persist, despite the availability of alternates. Now tech vendor Cisco reports a sharp rise in the use of biometrics and other forms of multi-factor log-in, and greater interest by IT executives to move past passwords altogether. Joining the Federal Drive with more, Cisco’s global advisory chief information security officer, Dave Lewis.