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Proceedings 2019 Workshop on Usable Security
Children use technology from a very young age, and often have to authenticate themselves. Yet very little attention has been paid to designing authentication specifically for this particular target group. The usual practice is to deploy the ubiquitous password, and this might well be a suboptimal choice. Designing authentication for children requires acknowledgement of child-specific developmental challenges related to literacy, cognitive abilities and differing developmental stages.doi:10.14722/usec.2019.23027 fatcat:ce75cosabfdvjnoxp4ymzkygpq