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Slide Show: 10 Security-Service Startups To Remember In 2012

With the security services market growing by more than 23 percent per year, it's no wonder that 2012 had its share of startup launches and young companies taking off

Despite a growing number of breaches that expose passwords and high levels of reuse, the security-challenged keys to the online kingdom are unlikely to be done away with anytime soon. Startup WWPass aims to change that by allowing users to secure all their online accounts with a single physical device, PassKey. The service maintains no database of user identities and stores access information in fragments around the globe. However, it does require that online services support its sign-in technology, a major hurdle.

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