Page created: 11 Jul 2022 |
Page updated: 30 Apr 2023
Create a FIDO policy to define which FIDO devices and authenticators can be used for registration and authentication purposes and to enable usernameless and passwordless authentication.
You can create one or more FIDO policies, and change the default policy, if required. Create a FIDO policy to:
- Require a FIDO resident key. Resident keys are required to enable users to authenticate without providing credentials after registering their FIDO device, such as for usernameless authentication.
- Define or limit which security keys or plaforms can be used to register and authenticate with PingOne. You can also create a policy to collect information for audit purposes only.
To access the FIDO Policies window, go to .
You can also view, search, add or delete FIDO devices in the Global Authenticators Table. For information, see Managing the Global Authenticators Table.