Unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona: Android passwords could one day go the way of the floppy disk since Android is now FIDO2-certified. This means its devices can use fingerprints and security keys for logging in to accounts instead of passwords.


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mHealth Intelligence: Can Behaviors Replace the Password on Mobile Health Devices?

mHealth Intelligence reports on a FIDO Alliance webinar featuring Aetna, who spoke on modern authentication…

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Health Data Management: What can healthcare providers do about the rising number of security breaches?

FIDO Alliance’s Brett McDowell and Aetna’s Jim Routh explain that, with the increasing frequency of…

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The Verge: How to set up two-factor authentication on all your online accounts

In this story from The Verge, reporter Natt Garun explains how to set up two-factor…

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