Conor Flynn featured on the Irish Independent’s Big Tech Show

      Waystone Compliance Solution’s Conor Flynn joined technology editor Adrian Weckler on The Big Tech Show for the Irish Independent recently to talk about the push to replace passwords with two-factor authentication, such as a pin number and facial recognition for operating systems or websites.

      What does this mean for the everyday user, and will this work?
      Plus – what should you be doing to protect yourself with the passwords you are already using?

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