Wrong Voices from Big Players

US tech titans look to ditch passwords

https://techxplore.com/news/2022-05-tech-titans-ditch-passwords.html

It is no good to see such influential corporations and organisations helping to spread a false sense of security and damaging the cyberdefence of democratic nations from within.

History tells us that dominant voices, however loud, are often wrong. We may well be witnessing one such case.

Don’t lend a hand to the misguided and misguiding people who are damaging the defence of democratic nations from within. Be rational and logical.

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“Two Ways of Damaging Cyberdefence from Within”

“Digital Dystopia”

Don’t be So Irrational and Illogical

Good cybersecurity is achievable only when it comes with identity assurance by our volition and memory.

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Advocate of ‘Identity Assurance by Our Own Volition and Memory’, Inventor of Expanded Password System and Founder of Mnemonic Identity Solutions Limited in UK.

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Advocate of ‘Identity Assurance by Our Own Volition and Memory’, Inventor of Expanded Password System and Founder of Mnemonic Identity Solutions Limited in UK.

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