The average consumer has dozens of accounts, from their email to their bank or social media, that rely on passwords to access them. This can result in an unmanageable amount of username and password combinations, and many consumers reuse login credentials across accounts. This phenomenon has pushed passwords to the top of the list of attack vectors used in data breaches. If a breached password was reused across multiple sites, the cybercriminal now has the resources to commit ongoing fraud. To combat this, passwordless authentication has emerged as the go-to solution with biometrics leading the charge.