SecureKey aims to slay Internet security dragon
By Canadian SecurityNews Retail internet security
The rise of the Internet has been a huge benefit to society, but there have been unexpected frustrations, like the need to juggle an ever growing list of passwords and logins.
A decade ago, the average person had just five passwords, while today the number is probably closer to 25, according to industry data.
So how do you manage all that information? Toronto company SecureKey has come up with a solution, and they are making waves in the industry.
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