October 24, 2017

CIO Insight: What New NIST Guidelines Mean for Passwords

FIDO Alliance Executive Director Brett McDowell breaks down the updated NIST guidance, looking at the levels of assurance ranging from the least secure, Level 1 such as a password, to the highest Level 3 such as public key cryptography.

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