In achieving FIDO Alliance’s mission of more secure and password-free authentication, we must ensure the needs and preferences of people with disabilities—an estimated 15% of the world’s population—are taken into account. This white paper is intended to provide guidance on planning FIDO deployments accessible to users with a wide range of disabilities. 

This white paper is intended for information security executives, product owners, identity and access management, attorneys, accessibility practitioners, and others who are considering deploying FIDO Authenticators across their enterprises. This white paper may also help hardware manufacturers identify opportunities to deliver more accessible external authenticators. 


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