FIDO Seminar in Japan
12月 9, 2022 @ 12:00 pm – 7:30 pm JST
To a world without passwords
Multi-device compatible FIDO authentication credentials (passkey) – The latest trends
While there is a demand for a new authentication mechanism that does not rely on conventional passwords, the FIDO Alliance to achieve both security and convenience by formulating and certifying specifications for simple and robust authentication technology that utilizes public key cryptography. We are striving to standardize and disseminate the program.
FIDO authentication, which is resistant to phishing, has finally reached the stage of full-scale penetration, and FIDO authentication can be used for login and payment services provided by many domestic companies. Major browsers such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari already support FIDO2/Web authentication, and the use of FIDO authentication in various environments is expanding.
Support for passkeys announced by Apple, Google, and Microsoft this year is expected to make FIDO authentication easier to use from the end of this year to next year.
While FIDO authentication is attracting more attention than ever before as an online authentication that is resistant to phishing, we are pleased to announce that “~The latest trends centered on multi-device compatible FIDO authentication credentials (passkeys) for a world without passwords~” ”, the 9th FIDO Seminar in Japan will be held at a real venue.
In this seminar, as the latest status of FIDO authentication, we plan to introduce the status of Passkeys support by major platformers, the activities of the FIDO Alliance and FIDO Japan WG, and introduction cases of FIDO authentication at domestic and overseas member companies. I’m here. In addition, we plan to communicate the effects of the introduction of FIDO Authentication through panel sessions and other means, in order to deepen the understanding of those who are considering introducing FIDO Authentication as the recognition of FIDO Authentication is increasing. .
In addition, at this seminar, which will be held face-to-face for the first time since 2019, we will provide opportunities for networking with visitors and demo exhibitions by sponsor companies. FIDO Alliance original goods are also available, so we are looking forward to your visit.
Name 9th FIDO Seminar in Japan – Face-to-face
Date and time December 9th (Friday) 13:00-18:30 (* Venue reception starts from 12:00) 18:30-19:30 (Networking/View demo)
Venue Akihabara Convention Hall Akihabara Dai Building, 1-18-13 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0021
Hosted by FIDO Alliance
Sponsoring FIDO Alliance member companies
In-house services at the management level of target companies and organizations, corporate planning departments, business departments, IT system departments, etc.
Media companies interested in improving the authentication system
Free tuition (pre-registration required), capacity 200 people
Application This seminar requires pre-registration
[About measures against new coronavirus infectious diseases]
This event will be held in compliance with the guidelines of the government and Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you, but we kindly ask for your cooperation in order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
- The maximum number of seats in the venue will be 70% or less of the venue capacity in order to allow room for the layout.
- Equipment such as microphones and desks are thoroughly disinfected to prevent infection from equipment and fixtures.
- Set a sufficient distance between the lectern and the audience.
- A splash prevention partition (acrylic board) will be installed on the lectern.
- The venue will frequently open the door of the venue and perform appropriate ventilation.
- Doorknobs, switches, etc. are regularly patrolled by venue staff and disinfected with a special disinfectant.
- Disinfectants are available at the venue entrance, elevator hall, etc.
- Instructors, the secretariat, and venue staff may also wear masks.
- When visiting, please wear a mask, enforce cough etiquette, and carry a handkerchief (no paper towels).
*The program is subject to change without notice.
|13:00||13:20||0:20||FIDO Alliance Update||FIDO Alliance|
Executive Director and Chief Marketing Officer
|13:20||13:35||0:15||Further expansion of FIDO authentication and passkeys||FIDO Alliance|
Executive Council Member, Board Member, FIDO Japan WG Chair
NTT DOCOMO, Inc. Chief Security Architect
|13:35||13:50||0:15||Passkey Overview and Updated Demo|
Dr. Christian Brand, Product Manager, Google Identity & Security Tim Kapari,
Architect, Microsoft Identity Standards
|13:50||13:55||0:05||Presentation by Sponsor||Transmit Security Japan Co., Ltd. Representative (Regional Vice President, Japan)|
|13:55||14:30||0:35||Take a break and watch a demo|
|14:30||14:50||0:20||Google Passkey Implementation Latest Trends||Eiji, Developer Advocate, Google LLC|
|14:50||15:10||0:20||What are Passkeys|
|FIDO Alliance Sponsor Member, FIDO Japan WG Deputy Chair |
Rakuten Group, Inc.
Principal Information Security Specialist
|15:10||15:20||0:10||Presentation by Sponsor||VinCSS JSC CEO|
Simon Trac Do
Nok Nok Labs, Inc. Senior Sales Manager
|15:20||15:35||0:15||Take a break and watch a demo|
|15:35||15:55||0:20||An approach to expand the number of users of FIDO authentication||FIDO Alliance Board Member / FIDO Japan WG Deputy Chair|
Yahoo Japan Corporation Service Management Department ID Headquarters General Manager
|15:55||16:15||0:20||About NTT DoCoMo’s web authentication and passkey support||NTT DOCOMO, INC.|
Product Design Department Security Infrastructure Manager
|16:15||16:35||0:20||How to deal with Passkeys||Kosuke Koiwai, Application 1G Expert, Service Development Department 1, Personal Business Headquarters, KDDI Corporation|
The future of Mercari x FIDO/Passkeys, which scientifically balances anti-fraud measures and UX
Executive Officer VP of Trust and Safety Japan Region
|16:55||17;20||0:25||Take a break and watch a demo|
|17:20||18:20||1:00||Panel & QA session||Moderator: NTT DoCoMo, Inc. Koichi Moriyama|
OpenID Foundation President Natsuhiko Sakimura
Mercari, Inc. Executive Officer Naohisa Ichihara
Rakuten Group, Inc. Keiko Itakura
Yahoo Japan Corporation Yuya Ito
KDDI Corporation Kosuke Koiwai
FIDO Alliance Andrew Shikia
|18:20||18:25||0:05||Closing remarks (closing remark)|
|18:25||19:25||1:00||Networking and viewing demos|
Multi-device compatible FIDO authentication credentials (passkey)