After the deadline of April 26, 25 teams were selected for a week-long paper screening.
By composition, 11 teams consisted of university or graduate students, 3 teams consisted of professors or industry-academic cooperation companies, and 11 teams composed of ventures, startups and small and medium-sized companies.
The team that passed the document screening will have an opportunity to review the presentation at the headquarters of Korea Electronics Certification Seocho-dong on May 25 or at SK Telecom Bundang office on May 29.
The team that passed the presentation evaluation can participate in seven mentor programs operated by Samsung Electronics, Samsung SDS, SK Telecom, LINE, BC Card, eWBM, Korea Electronics Certification, Yubico, Aircube, VP, etc. from June to August. have.
Kim Dong-ho, Technical Director and Co-Leader of the FIDO Alliance, said, “The content of the hackathon program, which was formed by member companies based on diverse backgrounds for the first time, worked together for the first time. “I’m very pleased with the various creative ideas such as technology, blockchain, e-commerce and drones.”
Shin said, “We thoroughly prepare the mentor program to ensure that the services and products that participants want to realize are successfully implemented based on the stronger and more convenient FIDO protocol than the password-based authentication vulnerable to online phishing attacks. I will do my best. ”
The FIDO Hackathon Program gives the top three teams selected in the final evaluation after the mentor program for three months from June to showcase their developed services to leading global companies at the FIDO Alliance Seoul General Assembly in late September. . In addition, the mentor program operated by each member is prepared with differentiated special benefits such as internship, recruitment, partnership, investment, overseas showcase invitation and test smartphone provision.
For more information on the FIDO Hackathon Mentor Program, visit the official YouTube channel of the FIDO Alliance Korea Working Group.