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Graduating from legacy MFA to modern authentication

Download the Yubico White Paper, Graduating from legacy MFA to modern authentication: The critical need for increased security across education, to learn authentication best practices in modernizing authentication to stop modern day cyber threats.

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Modernizing authentication across education

Learn how you can modernize cybersecurity across the education sector with the easy-to-use, affordable YubiKey, to stop modern threats and drive cyber insurance hygiene.

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YubiKey for Education

Learn how YubiKeys can complete your MFA 100%, for those in education that can’t, don’t, or won’t use mobile authentication

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Arvika Municipality enhances security and undergoes digital transformation in Education with YubiKeys

Learn how Arvika was able to provide an easy-to-use cloud environment for all its data and information, protected by YubiKey’s strong multi-factor authentication.

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Osterman Research White Paper: Cybersecurity in Education

Learn how the education sector faces a growing complex of cybersecurity threats.

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PAUSD

PAUSD protects against breaches of their student information system and other applications.

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Swansea University secures access to world-class database

Swansea University medical school rapidly rolls out program to protect sensitive research data.

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Virginia Tech secures online campus services with strong two-factor authentication

VT rolls out a solution to ensure students, faculty, and staff remain safe from online attacks.

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Duke University protects critical IT systems with the YubiKey

Duke protects users from phishing, keyloggers, and weak passwords with the touch of a button.

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Jan 24, 2016

YubiKeys Extend Innovation In Education

50% off trays of 50 YubiKey 4 and YubiKey 4 Nano while supplies last! Special Offer for Schools! Stoking technology’s fire has historically been a job for the education sector, from universities involved in early ARPANET testing, to the first popular web browser from student Marc Andreessen, and the curious Apple 1 computers that took