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.
Hardware authentication provider Yubico has announced its YubiKey Bio Series, the first from its portals to support fingerprint recognition for secure passwordless and second-factor logins.
Authentication and identity specialist SecureAuth has unveiled the latest release of its SecureAuth identity as a service product, which delivers several new features including the SecureAuth Identity Store.
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