Beats PINs and Passwords Hands-Down
By far, PINs and passwords are the most frequently used type of login security today. Unfortunately, because they are so common, criminals have developed many ways to bypass the security they were intended to offer.
Because they are static (meaning, they don’t change from one use to the next), a password can be compromised in just ONE use.
Whether the criminal simply peers over your shoulder while you punch your PIN (shoulder-surfing) or operates an elaborate scheme to trick you out of your data (phishing), PINs and passwords can be stolen—giving the bad guys unlimited access until you change your login. And guess what? Even though you changed your compromised login after the attack, your new login is just as vulnerable as your old one.
We have a better idea. It's Me!
It's Me! gives you greater security because of its random nature—it’s not static like PINs or passwords.
Plus, you’ll have less details to remember, making it easy to use.
So, how secure is it? A four-cell It's Me! is about as secure as a password that is randomly-generated with eight-characters, upper/lower case, alpha-numeric, and special symbols. (Not a tech person? That’s really secure!)