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The FIDO Alliance releases UX guidelines all about passkeys
The FIDO Alliance UX Guidelines for Passkey Creation and Sign-ins aim to help online service providers design a better, more consistent user experience when signing in with passkeys.
The future of authentication: four trends to watch in 2023
In a year of economic uncertainty and geopolitical tensions, it should be no surprise that the digital landscape is fraught with cyberthreats.
The old ways aren’t working – Let’s rethink our cybersecurity
Multiple reports suggest that phishing attacks are on the rise in Australia, with over 80% of organisations reporting at least one successful attempt over the past 12 months.
FIDO Alliance releases guidelines for optimising UX with FIDO Security Keys
The new guidelines aim to accelerate multi-factor authentication deployment and adoption with FIDO security keys.
Apple, Google and Microsoft expands plans to get rid of passwords
FIDO Alliance says the world is closer to not relying on passwords after Apple, Google and Microsoft expands their support for a passwordless sign-in standard.
FIDO Alliance champions security and authentication experts
FIDO Alliance has announced that testing is now available for individuals seeking to become FIDO Certified Professionals.
Haventec officially joins FIDO Alliance and Microsoft’s ISV partner network
Aussie cybersecurity company, Haventec, has successfully joined the FIDO Alliance, an international industry association with a focused mission to create authentication standards which reduce over-reliance on passwords.
Technology, not training, protects users from phishing
Businesses should prioritise utilisation of readily available authentication technologies to prevent the ongoing phishing threat.
New onboarding standard to secure Internet of Things launched
A new onboarding standard to secure Internet of Things has been created by the FIDO Alliance.
Common misconceptions about smart homes and biometrics
The real cause of most attacks is not biometrics itself, but the storage of biometrics data in a centralised database.