Tag: RSA

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YubiKey for RSA SecurID Access product brief

Enterprise security made easy.

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Passwordless login, YubiKey 5C NFC, YubiKey for RSA SecurID® Access, and more at RSAC 2020

The annual RSA Conference never disappoints with the rush of exciting sessions, new products, and innovative demos. Yubico looks forward to this event every year, and today, we are kicking off our presence at RSAC 2020. Are you attending? If so, we’d love to see you. Stop by Yubico’s booth (S-3103), catch our speaking session,

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Yubico and RSA team to deliver FIDO-based authentication to enterprises

As more organizations undergo digital transformation initiatives, identity and access management (IAM) is becoming more critical than ever before. IAM sits at the heart of every business, which is why Yubico is excited to announce a new partnership this week at Gartner IAM Summit with one of the longest standing IAM vendors on the market:

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Yubico at RSA 2018: Passwordless Logins, Developer Programs, and More

Heading to RSA in San Francisco next week? We’ll be there too, celebrating our 10th year at the conference! An industry first, we are showcasing passwordless login with the just released Security Key by Yubico, the first hardware authentication device to support both FIDO U2F and FIDO2. Yubico is a leading contributor to the new

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Oct 16, 2017

Infineon RSA Key Generation Issue

Infineon Technologies, one of Yubico’s secure element vendors, has informed us of a security issue in their cryptographic firmware library. The issue affects TPMs in millions of computers, and multiple smart card and security token vendors. For Yubico, the issue weakens the strength of on-chip RSA key generation, and affects some use cases for the

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Feb 13, 2017

Yubico at RSA 2017 – Our Hardware Beats Your Malware

It’s that time of year again! We’re heading back to the RSA Conference in San Francisco to show off our latest and greatest at booth #N4421. Keeping online data, accounts, and identities protected is a challenge, and it’s abundantly clear that usernames and passwords are the weakest defense. Daily breaches, hacks, and evolving phishing techniques