OPM to Fully Do Away with Passwords for Network Access – In 2 Years
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OPM to Fully Do Away with Passwords for Network Access – In 2 Years

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Today, all OPM employees need a smart card for network access, but not for all users outside of the agency.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.nextgov.com

Better late than never. But this is symptomatic of corporate behavior: "We are willing to take the chance with our users/customers data. As long as we make a profit here and now."

Like the ostrich sticking his head in the sand.

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