digital authentication

ECU Supplier Partnership Gets WISeKey Connected Car Traction in China Market

ECU Supplier Partnership Gets WISeKey Connected Car Traction in China Market

“The partnership will revolve around WISeKey’s ISTANA platform, which is aimed at delivering certificate-based security to car makers.” Technology from Geneva-based WISeKey is poised to play a role in China’s growing connected car industry thanks to a new partnership with SINCODE, an automotive Engine Control Unit supplier based in the country. The partnership will revolve…

Robust Support for FIDO2 is Already Here

Robust Support for FIDO2 is Already Here

Just a handful of months after the new FIDO2 authentication standard was first announced, robust support has emerged in the tech ecosystem, the FIDO Alliance has announced. Three of the world’s biggest web browsers – Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge – now support the authentication standard, empowering end users with the ability to…

Nok Nok Labs Gets FIDO2 Certification, Launches Developer Program

Nok Nok Labs Gets FIDO2 Certification, Launches Developer Program

“In addition to procuring FIDO2 certification for its S3 Authentication Suite platform, Nok Nok Labs has also announced a new S3 Authentication SDK aimed at empowering developers to design custom server infrastructure.” The latest version of Nok Nok Labs‘ flagship authentication platform has received FIDO2 certification, making it the first FIDO universal server certified for…

FIDO Submits Token Binding Specification to IETF Editor

FIDO Submits Token Binding Specification to IETF Editor

“…token binding is already being adopted by Google and Microsoft in their Chrome and Edge browsers, that is has been included in the OpenID Connect Enhanced Authentication Profile, and that it’s coming to US government authentication standards including NIST SP 800-63-3.” An important security specification developed by the FIDO Alliance is close to becoming finalized. The IETF…

NXP Announces Security Chip for Google’s IoT Cloud Service

NXP Announces Security Chip for Google’s IoT Cloud Service

NXP Semiconductors has announced a new security solution for the Internet of Things. Dubbed the “A71CH”, it’s an authentication chip designed for integration into IoT devices, in which it will sign a secure token for validation by Google’s Cloud IoT Core networking service. The device’s credentials are “pre-injected” into the authentication solution, while public keys…