My family has 2 computers, 2 iPads, and 2 iPhones. My 1Password account handles the 136 logins very effectively. Google's announcement that soon, Google will activate 2SV (their terminology) that sends a message to an iPhone to verify login to all Google accounts, a straightforward 2FA process in a one computer, one device world. I don't live in such a world. Most of my senior friends find the prospect of the new, more complicated login procedure daunting. Designing a personal process in my world is further complicated by the fact that there are several different 2FA models employed by my 136 different vendors.
Installing 1 Password allowed me to create complex, unique passwords for each of my vendors while simultaneously reducing my login keystrokes by a large percent every day. It was a good trade-off. The change I see now is a move toward adding back daily login keystrokes I worked hard to remove while simultaneously doubling the number of devices needed to use a computer from one to two.
I look to 1Password as my expert in the field of personal account credential security. Have you written a position paper with your recommendations regarding how your customers like me should plan for and execute the migrations from the account/password model of identification to the newer account/password/(multi-model 2FA/multi-model PIN) world? If you have not, will you?
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