December 20, 2018

How FIDO Standards Meet PSD2’s Regulatory Technical Standards Requirements On Strong Customer Authentication

This document provides a detailed review of the security requirements listed in the Regulatory Technical Standards For Strong Customer Authentication and Common and Secure Open Standards Of Communication under PSD2 (the RTS) and describes how the FIDO standards meet such requirements.

The document analyses articles in the following relevant sections of the RTS:

  • [RTS Chapter I] General provisions
  • [RTS Chapter II] Security measures for the application of Strong Customer Authentication
  • [RTS Chapter IV] Confidentiality and integrity of the Payment Service User’s security credentials

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