[HackerNews] New Passwordless Verification API Uses SIM Security for Zero Trust Remote Access

Forget watercooler conspiracies or boardroom battles. There’s a new war in the office. As companies nudge their staff to return to communal workspaces, many workers don’t actually want to – more than 50 percent of employees would rather quit, according to research by EY. 
While HR teams worry over the hearts and minds of staff, IT security professionals have a different battle plan to draft –

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