Theme 5: The less-than-satisfying current situation will not change much in the next decade
A noteworthy number of those responding to this canvassing are not convinced that much progress will be made in people’s existing attitudes about trust online.
Ed Lyell, professor of business and economics at Adams State University, wrote, “Security is the key to which direction we go in trusting transactions to electronic form. Passwords are mostly inefficient, especially since to be safe they become so complicated as to frustrate the user. Biometrics are likely to give us more security with less effort. As these emerge, and work, trust will expand and commerce of many types will...Lire la suite