Passwords are often an organisation’s weakest link. On World Password Day (May 5), Apple, Google and Microsoft jointly announced that they were building in support for passwordless sign-in, leveraging FIDO2, across all of the desktop, browser and mobile platforms that they control. Crucially, they have all emphasised cross-platform functionality will be a high priority in the development of FIDO2-based passwordless features. With the help of its community of identity, security and biometrics experts, the FIDO Alliance has developed and promoted free, open standards that have taken passwordless authentication to the next level.


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Forbes: Cyber – The Threat Is Real

This Forbes article reports on how the FIDO Alliance focus on industry standards for two…

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Cyberscoop: NIST urged to include multi-factor authentication in cyber framework

In this Cyberscoop article, FIDO Alliance Executive Director Brett McDowell and Jeremy Grant of the…

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Cyberscoop: It’s time to put multi-factor authentication in the NIST Cyber Framework

In this article in Cyberscoop, Executive Director Brett McDowell explains why multi-factor authentication is a…

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