Today, we use passwords to restrict access to and protect most, if not all, of our electronic computing devices (computers, tablets, cell phones and all remote computing services). Passwords have been a solid standby for...well, forever, but now, we find ourselves moving forward, perhaps towards a password-free society. As we evolve from exceedingly limited connectivity (think snail mail) to the most connected society (think FaceTime, Teams, etc.), so do the technologies that propel us at near-immeasurable speed to get there. Change comes when we eschew the current norms and look toward the future to create a cohesive, cost-effective and seamless authentication experience for all. In this post, we'll discuss the pros and cons of new password approaches, like passphrases and password managers and evaluate the hurdles towards a passwordless future.