• Securing Logins… What’s the Worst That Could Happen?

    Author: Samantha Ann Schwartz | April 23, 2018

    Every human is hardwired to multiple devices and services, each with its own identity access points and passwords. Repetition is born out of necessity, and some hackers use redundant credentials for easy, malicious account access.

  • Google and Microsoft Promote Password-less Web Logins

    Author: Mark Tyson | April 23, 2018

    FIDO2 is being implemented in all the major browsers and you can use biometric sensors already in your PC or in a partner device like a USB key, smartphone or smartwatch.  Some companies might appreciate that FIDO Alliance member Nok Nok Labs is offering to help them migrate their platforms…

  • FIDO2 a Hot Topic of RSA 2018

    Author: Alex Perala | April 23, 2018

    FIDO2 authentication standards are most notable for their WebAuthn component, which is designed to enable biometric and security key authentication through major web browsers.

  • FIDO2 Hits the Ground Running With Strong RSA 2018 Showing

    April 23, 2018

    A number of partners in the FIDO ecosystem have already announced new solutions leveraging FIDO2, such as Yubico’s latest YubiKey security key, and a new version of Nok Nok Labs’ S3 Authentication Suite.

  • 5 Password Management Trends Businesses Need to Know

    Author: Naomi Eide | Samantha Ann Schwartz | Alex Hickey | April 23, 2018

    Despite improving technology, password management has continued to plague businesses and individual users, but understanding what’s going on in the space can make counteracting malicious account compromise a little easier.  Here are 5 trends shaping password management today.

  • Google, Microsoft Push Websites To Go Password-Less

    Author: Michael Kan | April 20, 2018

    At the RSA Conference, Google and Microsoft demoed how websites could adopt password-free login systems with the help of Android smartphones and Windows PCs.

  • Compromised Cloud Credentials Still Plaguing Enterprises

    Author: Rob Wright | April 17, 2018

    Why are enterprises still struggling with identity and access management in the cloud? Experts at the RSA Conference discuss the issue and the risks posed by compromised credentials.

  • Google, Microsoft, and Infineon Reveal FIDO2 Implementations at RSA

    Author: Chris Burt | April 17, 2018

    Nok Nok Labs, Microsoft and Google security team leaders presented the new authentication options that are available in the Edge and Chrome browsers based on the FIDO2 and W3C standards at the RSA Conference on Friday, April 20th, 2018.

  • The Buzz About FIDO2 & WebAuthn

    Author: Alex Perala | April 16, 2018

    This week, the FIDO Alliance and the W3C, the world’s primary standards organization for the web, announced a new standard designed to bring FIDO-based biometric and hardware key authentication to Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and the world’s most widely used browser, Google Chrome.

  • Interview: Phil Dunkelberger, Nok Nok Labs

    Author: Dan Raywood | April 16, 2018

    This year marks the fifth anniversary of the FIDO standard, and this week, one of its key partners Nok Nok Labs announced the new version of its S3 Authentication Suite, which includes support for the FIDO2 standard and the W3C Web Authentication Standard.