Yubico is well-known for its YubiKey range of hardware-based security keys that allow individuals and companies to maximise security in convenient, easy-to-use ways, and minimise reliance on passwords. The YubiKey Bio range now brings fingerprint recognition to the stable. If you're still on the fence about passwordless security, here's your opportunity to get on board in the simplest way.
When the internet was designed 30 years ago, security was not a priority as it was primarily created as a way to connect and easily share information with others around the world. Fast forward to today with news of hacks and breaches almost daily, much of the online world is trying to play catch up to help secure themselves, and in many cases, their companies by adopting better cybersecurity practices and tools.
As more devices leverage USB-C, and with companies increasingly recognising the virtues of hardware-based passwordless authentication, Yubico is expanding its range to include the new Security Key C NFC.
FEITIAN has been developing security key and smart card devices to achieve the highest standards of hardware-based passwordless authentication and has now become the world’s first vendor of its kind to achieve the FIDO biometric component certification, an essential requirement to qualify for FIDO level 3 and higher certification.
Hardware authentication security key provider Yubico today announced the general availability of its next-generation FIPS security keys, the YubiKey 5 FIPS series. This is the industry’s first set of multi-protocol security keys with FIDO2 and WebAuthn support to receive FIPS 140-2 validation.
With ever-increasing cyber threats, it's essential we protect our online identities but a password isn’t enough. If you thought SMS-based two-factor authentication was the solution, think again. For the greatest protection, you need FIDO2 security, and FEITIAN Technologies has just the device for you - and are giving iTWire readers a discount too.
Thanks Sam! Best article I've read in a little while :)
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