Why do most people ignore two-factor authentication ?
Less than 10 percent of #google accounts have two-factor authentication enabled, and only about 12 percent of Americans use password managers.It has been almost seven years since Google introduced two-factor authentication (2FA) for their services. However, the number of people using it remains negligible.Taking the floor at USENIX Enigma 2018 conference held in January, a #security engineer at Google Grzegorz Milka revealed some disconcerting statistics regarding most users’ security practices. According to the report, less than 10 percent of active Google accounts use two-factor authentication. Furthermore, as per findings of the Pew Research Center, password managers are only used by approximately 12 percent of Americans.There is an obvious privacy aspect here — users are required to (...)