TechCrunch: Twitter puts a tighter squeeze on spambots
Twitter has added support for stronger two-factor authentication as Twitter users will now be able to use a FIDO Security Key (using FIDO’s U2F open authentication standard) for login verification when signing into Twitter.
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