FIDO Alliance members to demonstrate FIDO ready products at CES 2015

December 18, 2014 - 

The FIDO (Fast IDentity Online) Alliance announced that several FIDO ready products will be demonstrated at the upcoming 2015 International Consumers Electronics Show, which will be held in Las Vegas from January 6-9, 2015.

FIDO Alliance members AGNITiO, NXP Semiconductors, Sonavation, and Yubico will all demonstrate their tested and certified FIDO ready products at CES 2015.

Consumers can use FIDO ready products now to login to Google sites and services through the Chrome browser, while PayPal and Alipay can offer secure payments using FIDO authentication in fingerprint sensors on Samsung Galaxy products, and now other devices equipped with fps.

Published earlier this month, Final FIDO 1.0 specifications enable various devices, browsers, servers and client software to offer the option to replace the traditional username-and-password system with more secure and simplified FIDO authentication methods.

AGNITiO will demonstrate KIVOX Mobile, the company’s first single voice ID engine that is capable of performing fixed phrase, free phrase, and natural speech authentication.

NXP Semiconductors will highlight secure access to web services through USB and NFC with the A7 USB reference design.

Sonavation will demonstrate its FIDO U2F biometric security key. Finally, Yubico will be demonstrate YubiKey NEO, NEO-n and FIDO U2F Security Key two-factor authentication devices for login to any number of online services using a single key.

Additionally, NXP will host a happy hour roundtable of ecosystem experts from Huawei, OPPO, Mastercard, NXP, and ZTE in its booth on January 7 from 5:30-7:00 PM Pacific.

The panel of executives will discuss securing payments in electronic devices at the event, which is now open for registration.

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