March 31, 2015

Grant reflects as NSTIC turns four

Jeremy Grant is leaving the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace in capable hands as he departs the program office, but before he exits he shared some of his thoughts on how the strategy has progressed over the last four years.

Grant says the U.S. is in good shape and seen a lot of advances made in the identity ecosystem. He points to efforts by the FIDO Alliance and OpenID Connect, which are offering standards-based two-factor authentication.

http://www.secureidnews.com/news-item/grant-reflects-as-nstic-turns-four/

MORE Uncategorized


The Verge: You can now sign into a Microsoft Account without a password using a security key

Microsoft is the first company to support passwordless authentication using...

November 20, 2018

Bank Info Security: State of the Authentication Landscape

In this Bank Info Security article, Shane Weeden, an authentication...

November 6, 2018

Tech Target: How can U2F authentication end phishing attacks?

Tech Target reports on Google’s adoption of FIDO U2F security...

November 5, 2018

PC Mag: Why Passwords Might (Finally) Go Away

FIDO Alliance Executive Director Brett McDowell shares insights with PC...

October 31, 2018
Download Specs