This white paper outlines how the FIDO standards compliment federation protocols. It also provides guidelines on how to integrate the two in order to add support for FIDO-based MFA and replace or supplement traditional authentication methods in federation environments.
This white paper is aimed at enterprises deploying FIDO for strong authentication. It is intended to provide guidance to architects and developers on how to integrate FIDO authentication and existing federation protocols, namely SAML and OpenID Connect.
It is assumed that the reader has an understanding of FIDO architecture and protocols.
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