Tag: security protocol

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The Evolution of Cybersecurity: A Protocol Event Panel Discussion

Cybersecurity evolves. How do businesses ensure security solutions outnumber their vulnerabilities?

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Yubico joins FIDO Alliance

Yubico has joined FIDO Alliance as a board member, and will be a part of the Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) working group that Google is creating  focusing on open authentication standards work for strong, universal second-factor devices. The U2F working group will continue the work that was presented earlier this year in an IEEE paper

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BrowserID and YubiKey

To to learn how you use the YubiKey with BrowserID, a new open identity initiative, please check out this video from a BrowserID developer: https://vimeo.com/64514090 BrowserID was introduced in mid 2011 by the Mozilla Project. It addresses the same problem as OpenID and SAML, as well as the common OAuth or OpenID-based login-with-an external-account (such

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The Future of Authentication FAQ

A selection of questions we have received and answered on YubiKey NEO and Universal 2nd Factor (U2F), since this new open authentication standards initiative was announced in Wired Magazine and the Yubico identity vision blog. Why do you want to kill the password? We don’t. Yubico does and will continue to recommend two-factor authentication, consisting

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Yubico’s Vision for Secure Online Identities

Wired Magazine recently announced that Google is working on a new online authentication initiative as an alternative to legacy username/password login. Yubico is the core inventor behind this protocol, designed to be integrated across a wide range of devices, including YubiKeys, to solve some of the fundamental problems with online identity. And these are problems