The 24-year-old from Raleigh, North Carolina, who works for a financial services firm, is trying his best to keep up with all the passwords and security questions he has to juggle, just to log onto his personal accounts. But sometimes it feels like a losing battle.
It’s a battle millions of consumers can identify with. For a while it was just your mother’s maiden name, then your first pet, the street you grew up on or the make and model of your first car. As passwords and security questions multiply, so does the potential for things to go wrong, possibly locking you out of your own life.
Unless you’re a savant with total recall, you need a system to manage that morphing body of login credentials necessary to navigate your virtual life.
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