Andrew Shikiar, CEO of the FIDO Alliance, noted that the updated NIST guidance confirms passkeys’ ability, along with other FIDO authenticators, to meet AAL2 and AAL3 requirements. Synchronized passkeys can achieve AAL2, while device-bound passkeys can reach AAL3.


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