Tag: YubiHSM

YubiHSM2 product brief

YubiHSM 2 ensures uncompromised
cryptographic hardware security for applications, servers and computing devices.

Wrapping up 2020: A year where technology and internet security prevailed

Never has the world been more dependent on the internet, and never has it been more attacked than in 2020. In fact, it proved to be a year where trust in many of our systems was challenged. Yet I remain an eternal optimist and believe that we can transform the hard lessons learned in 2020

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

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

Is there a good way to share passwords in an enterprise?

One of the most important facets of enterprise security is ensuring protection for all employee accounts. Password sharing methods play a critical role. When pressed for time, many users resort to sending unencrypted plain-text passwords via high risk channels like chat or email. There are other ways to securely share passwords across teams throughout an

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Sep 30, 2015

Versatility, Scale, Innovation Define YubiKeys

Depending on the numbers you consult, there are nearly three billion people on the internet, mostly protected by usernames and passwords, and nearly 100 million servers with limited or no protection. They are joined by an untold number of hackers feasting on this reality. This week, Yubico took on that scenario in a live webinar

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YubiKey, YubiHSM: Secret Weapons to Guard Secrets

U.S. intelligence officials in 2013 said they planned to significantly reduce the number of individuals within their network with system administrator privileges. Those privileges gave administrators rights to view and move around any document. “U.S. intelligence has invited so many people into the secret realm,” an official told NBC News, that it left the organization overly exposed to threats