Big tech firms including MicrosoftApple and Google have been moving towards a passwordless future for several years, with solutions such as security keys and more recently, passkeys, starting to take off as part of multi-factor authentication (MFA) setups. 

The FIDO Alliance – which most big tech players are members of – is pushing hard for the demise of the password. But what exactly does “the end of the password” mean, in practical terms?


More

InfoSecurity Magazine: #Infosec2024: CISOs Need to Move Beyond Passwords to Keep Up With Security Threats

Passwordless systems, even if they stop short of a full zero-trust environment, improve convenience as…

Read More →

SC Media: Identiverse 2024: Deepfakes, passkeys and more

Two predominant themes stood out at last week’s Identiverse 2024 conference in Las Vegas. First,…

Read More →

CXMToday: Visa Unveils Card Updates

Built on the latest Fast Identity Online (FIDO) standards, the Visa Payment Passkey Service confirms a…

Read More →