Following the announcement of the FIDO Ready Certification program, the 2014 International Consumers Electronics Show (CES) will give FIDO Alliance members the opportunity to display and demo FIDO Ready authentication solutions.
The industry, along with its Relying Parties and users have been calling for innovative authentication alternatives from FIDO Alliance members in the hopes that the shift away from password dependency can finally commence. FIDO Alliance members will be demoing their FIDO Ready authentication products along with other members’ authentication innovations that are preparing to incorporate FIDO authentication standards in the future.
The solutions to be displayed at CES have each undergone an interoperability testing process hosted by an independent testing organization and leveraging the Nok Nok Labs Multifactor Authentication Client and Server. The FIDO Ready product demoes are expected to illustrate the value that interoperable, more secure, private and easier to use authentication devices can deliver to users.
FIDO Alliance members expected to participate in the FIDO Ready showcase include AGNITiO, FingerQ, Nok Nok Labs, Synaptics and Yubico.
AGNITiO’s Voice iD. Leveraging the human voice to authenticate on a phone or mobile device, Voice iD performs all of a user’s identification needs while on the go by supporting authentication to devices and applications, as well as secure digital transactions.
FingerQ’s PrivacQ Triangle. A collaborative effort with fellow FIDO Alliance member Synaptics, PrivacQ Triangle leverages the FIDO Ready, Validity’s Natural ID fingerprint sensor to allow users to outfit their laptops and legacy devices with a small and portable touch fingerprint biometric solution.
Yubico’s YubiKey NEO. The YubiKey NEO solution enables secure single key log in from a mobile device or computer to any number of online services, with a simple touch and with no necessary client software.
Additionally, a number of FIDO Alliance members will be displaying solutions that are in the process of incorporating the FIDO Alliance authentication standards. These companies include:
CrucialTec’s BTP Aero Mouse. A joint effort with Nok Nok Labs, the BTP Aero Mouse is a remote control with an embedded fingerprint scanner. The CrucialTec remote control will enhance security as well as simplify payments and usability, all with the swipe of a finger. The CrucialTec remote control with fingerprint recognition will give personalized access to a user’s favorite channels as well as offer parental controls that can block TV channels using the “Kids Lock” feature.
EgisTec’s Yukey-eFIDO. The Yukey- eFIDO solution gives users universal authentication capabilities for securely logging onto web applications, including eCommerce, mobile payments or wallets, as well as replacing PIN/passwords with fingerprints.
Eyelock’s suite of iris-based identity authentication technology solutions.
Fingerprint Cards (FPC). FPC will demo its new FPC1020 touch fingerprint sensor for Android and Windows devices, complete with Nok Nok Labs’ Multifactor Server and Client for Android.
GO-Trust FIDO microSD. GO-Trust’s microSD supports FIDO login and includes 8GB of memory for user storage. FIDO microSD works with 99% of existing laptops and PCs along with the 1 billion Android devices in the marketplace.
Infineon Technologies’ SLE97144SD Secure Element for embedded applications (eSE). Infineon’s solution is used in the Go-Trust uSD card, and along with its SLB9660 TPM (Trusted Platform Module), will show during CES.
Sonavation’s AXISKEY. Leveraging ultrasound biometrics, AXISKEY is a biometric key fob that safeguards consumer personal and workplace accounts, online identities and transactions with a swipe of a finger.
The International Consumer Electronics Show will begin Jan. 7 and will run through Jan. 10 in Las Vegas.