There are deep-rooted issues within the IoT – devices shipping with default passwords and the slow, expensive and insecure manual onboarding process leave devices, and the networks they operate on, open to large-scale attack. This is compounded by a lack of security standards and typical processes within the IoT. The FIDO Alliance formed the IoT […]
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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 […]
Interoperability Testing Event: FIDO UAF, FIDO U2F & FIDO2 Interoperability testing events are a forum for implementers to gather and validate that their implementations are compatible with each other. This means that each implementer will test out their implementation with those of other implementers. For example, a FIDO UAF Client will test with all UAF Servers and […]
In achieving FIDO Alliance’s mission of more secure and password-free authentication, we must ensure the needs and preferences of people with disabilities—an estimated 15% of the world’s population—are taken into account. Join this webinar to hear from accessibility experts from FIDO Alliance board member companies Meta and VMware to learn how to make your FIDO […]
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