Governments around the world continue to develop digital identity capabilities to give residents easier access to public services, and the FIDO Alliance has published a white paper to help them do so in phishing-resistant ways. The paper comes as a pair of alternative approaches to digital identity for government services are implemented, in Turkey and Bangladesh.
The white paper is intended to guide policymakers and the heads of government agencies and departments as they consider FIDO authentication for government services.
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