Oct 4, 2018
Passwords have very few fans and rightfully so. The end-user impact on usability is something we can all understand. Less widely understood is that passwords expose organizations and our infrastructure to remote, scalable attacks. Learn how modern two-factor authentication (2FA) addresses these issues, where traditional approaches have fallen short.
Sep 12, 2018
It is what you do with the standard that matters.
Aug 11, 2018
In just a few short years, Android and iOS have made great strides in security. While these advances are making it more secure for the end-user, developers face complexity in stitching new security features together. In this blog, we explore this issue, and how to create simplicity for the developer.
Jul 18, 2018
At the RSA Conference 2018, Microsoft and Google demonstrated the new FIDO2 authentication capabilities they have recently implemented in their core products. Here we will discuss what FIDO2 is, and how you can leverage it.
Nok Nok Announces Partnership with OneSpan to Bring FIDO-based Solutions to Banks & Financial InstitutionsJun 28, 2018
Facebook Joins the FIDO Alliance | Another Big Milestone Towards Security, Ease of Use and Privacy in Authentication.May 15, 2018
Facebook’s announcement of joining the FIDO Alliance furthers the goal of delivering simpler, privacy-preserving authentication at scale to reduce and eliminate the use of passwords…
Mar 23, 2018
Five years ago, Nok Nok Labs was one of the founders of the FIDO Alliance. This post examines the problem we are solving together, and why they are so significant.
Mar 20, 2018
Dr. Rolf Lindemann discusses the importance of Web Authentication specification reaching Candidate Recommendation status by the W3C.
Dec 8, 2017
Out of a single conversation with Nok Nok Labs’ Ramesh Kesanupalli came an idea that formed the basis of the FIDO Alliance and FIDO protocols. This week, the fruits of this seed are considered “best practices” with their inclusion in the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Cybersecurity Framework and…
Nov 22, 2017
The First Horseman of the Breach Apocalypse strikes again. According to reports, Uber was breached allowing the personal information of 50 million customers and 7 million drivers to be stolen. The culprit? A compromised credential and weak, out-dated authentication practices.