TechSign MultiFactor Authentication System (Fast Identity Online compatible)
is the largest international ecosystem of standard based, interoperable authentication solutions.
Better Security For Online Services
Reduced Cost For Enterprise
Simpler and Safer For Consumers
FIDO standards are managed by the FIDO alliance, which is formed in 2012 with the vision of eliminating security problems based on weak, password-based authentication infrastructures.
FIDO allows an easy and secure way of authentication, especially for online services.
FIDO UAF (Universal Authentication Framework)
Passwordless Authentication on Mobile Devices
The passwordless FIDO experience is provided by the UAF protocol. The user can register its device to the service by using a personal identification method such as fingerprint recognition, face recognition, voice recognition or a special PIN, according to the capability of the device and platform. UAF allows for managing the available methods centrally.
After registration, the selected recognition method can be used for authentication to the service. At this point, it is completely unnecessary to enter a password again. UAF also allows for joint operation of different recognition methods, such as fingerprint and face recognition.
FIDO U2F (Universal Two-Factor Authentication Framework)
Two-Factor Authentication from Local Devices
The Two-Factor FIDO experience is provided by the U2F protocol. Using FIDO U2F, online services can add an additional protection layer to their existing login systems.
User continues using a username and password, as before. The service asks for the second factor authentication whenever necessary. This strong two-factor authentication methodology allows for using simpler passwords without compromising security. User can use the same FIDO U2F device for different services.
Second Factor Challenge
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FIDO2 U2F WebAuthn + CTAP
FIDO Web Experience Using Local Devices
FIDO2 Project is the collection of initiatives preparing an interoperable authentication standard for web browsers. It includes the WebAuthn protocol from W3C and the Client-to-Authenticator Protocol (CTAP) from FIDO Alliance. Thus, it allows for fast and easy login to online services with authentication on local devices.