In new research published today, The End of the Password, iProov looks at how consumers use passwords and their struggles to follow online security guidelines.
Key findings from the report include:
- 49% of Brits, and 50% of Americans have used others’ passwords
- 41% of Brits and 44% of Americans admit to sharing phone passwords with partners or family members
- 33% of Brits and 46% of Americans remember passwords by writing then down
- On average Brits abandon an online purchase 15 times a year because of password frustration, with Americans abandoning purchases 16 times
To see all of the stats and survey results, read The End of the Password UK edition and The End of the Password US edition
To find out how iProov can replace passwords with more secure authentication methods, read more here.