Tag: FIDO2

How will authentication standards evolve in 2021 and beyond?

Authentication standards development is like a slow-moving, winding river. It often takes years of dedicated work to reach new milestones, yet it feeds the entire security ecosystem and sustains digital workflow safety throughout the enterprise. While the benefits of this river are often invisible to the end-user, CISOs and developers are thinking about the river’s

What is CTAP?

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What is FIDO Universal 2nd Factor?

What are the advantages to U2F? Learn More FIDO U2F as an authentication standard Yubico’s history with FIDO U2F Developer Resources What is U2F?

What is FIDO 2?

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FIDO2 passwordless authentication

FIDO2 – an open authentication standard FIDO2 is an open authentication standard, hosted by the FIDO Alliance, that consists of the W3C Web Authentication specification (WebAuthn API), and the Client to Authentication Protocol (CTAP). CTAP is an application layer protocol used for communication between a client (browser) or a platform (operating system) with an external

Authentication standards

Atlassian unifies user authentication to improve employee productivity with YubiKeys

Atlassian uses YubiKeys to increase productivity, supporting a wide variety of MFA needs.

Multinational engineering firm Maire Tecnimont goes passwordless

Maire Tecnimont goes passwordless to improve both security and user experience.

Going Passwordless with FIDO2 and WebAuthn

Imagine a world where users no longer need to set, reset, forget and reset multiple passwords.

Why govt. agencies should pay attention to FIDO U2F and WebAuthn/FIDO2 right now

Learn why these modern authentication standards are critical to the government’s security strategy.