Tag: YubiHSM 2

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Wendy Spies Joins Yubico as SVP of New Business to Drive YubiHSM Growth

Today, I am excited to share that we have added yet another stellar member to the Yubico leadership team: Wendy Spies. Wendy comes from Microsoft where she most recently directed engineering strategy and business development for cloud and AI to build new products and markets. She will be focusing on similar things here at Yubico

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YubiHSM 2 Now Compatible with EJBCA from PrimeKey

The YubiHSM 2, the world’s smallest hardware security module from Yubico, is now compatible with EJBCA software for a range of public key infrastructure (PKI) use cases. Available for all YubiHSM 2.1 and newer devices, Yubico’s updated Setup Tool, which adds support for PrimeKey EJBCA, is accessible in our latest YubiHSM 2 open source software

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YubiHSM 2 Now Qualified for AWS IoT Greengrass Hardware Security Integration

We are excited to announce that Amazon Web Service (AWS) Internet of Things (IoT) Greengrass users can now use Yubico’s hardware security module, the YubiHSM 2, Yubico’s ultra-portable hardware security module, for secure key storage. AWS IoT Greengrass software provides local compute, messaging, and data caching for the IoT devices, enabling users to run IoT

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YubiHSM 2 is here: Providing root of trust for servers and computing devices

If you were to ask someone who Yubico is or what we do, you’ll likely get the answer, ‘YubiKeys’, and rightfully so. YubiKeys are our foundation, and at the core of our mission to provide tried-and-true multi-factor authentication since 2008. They are used and loved by some of the world’s largest companies and by millions

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YubiHSM 2 open beta launched!

With IT security breaches becoming a staple in daily news reports, organizations big and small alike need to ramp up their defense. More than 95% of all IT breaches happen when a user credential or server gets hacked. While the YubiKey protects user accounts from remote hijacking, millions of servers storing sensitive data still lack