Let’s Meet! Catch YubiKey Demos, Developer Resources & More at Black Hat

August 6, 2018 3 minute read

This week, we’re headed to Las Vegas for none other than the Black Hat Expo, and we’ll be showcasing all kinds of YubiKey goodness. We’ll be at booth #463, so if you’re there stop by to say hello.

Here’s a taste of what you can expect:

Passwordless Login Demos

If you’ve been keeping up with us and the authentication space, you’ll know that a passwordless future is here thanks to the introduction of the new FIDO2 open standard.

Yubico is a core contributor to this standard, and we’ve got a device that can deliver on the passwordless login experience — the Security Key by Yubico. And you guessed it, we’ll be demoing a tap-and-go login flow (no passwords needed) at Black Hat on an Azure Active Directory environment with the Security Key by Yubico. Catch a sneak peek!

New Developer Resources

We’ve been hard at work on our recently launched Yubico Developer Program, and we’re happy to share some of our latest resources with you at BlackHat.

One of our hottest new offerings is our Mobile SDK for iOS. In case you missed it, LastPass leveraged our Mobile SDK for iOS to enable the YubiKey NEO to authenticate to the LastPass iOS app via NFC (we’ll have demos at the booth). The Mobile SDK for iOS is hosted on our developer site and open for all developers to use.

If you haven’t heard about our Developer Program, sign up for our mailing list and we’ll keep you in the loop on what’s new.

Look for me!

Featured YubiKey Integrations

Here at Yubico, we like to say, “The YubiKey works with many, many locks.” We’ve built so much power, security, and usability into one little device, and those features are built upon by all of the services and applications that support the YubiKey.

That’s why we love our technology partners so much. Keep your eyes peeled and see if you can spot the “Works with YubiKey” standees when you’re walking the show floor.

Several of our partners will have these featured at their booths and will be giving demos of their own YubiKey integrations.

If any of this sounds interesting, or even if you’d just like to meet the people behind the key, please come say hi. We’re at booth #463, and we’d love to meet you and talk all things YubiKey.

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