January 7, 2016

What FIDO credentials mean in Windows 10

CIO speaks with FIDO president Dustin Ingalls of Microsoft about Windows 10 and FIDO authentication Dustin Ingalls: “The mission of the FIDO Alliance has always been stronger, simpler authentication: stronger to help protect data, and simpler to address the problems users face trying to create and remember multiple usernames and passwords. In order to achieve this mission, FIDO authentication needs to be available everywhere … on all the devices you use and with all of the apps and services you use. http://www.cio.com/article/3019536/windows/what-fido-credentials-mean-in-windows-10.html

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