Yubico at CES

January 8, 2014 1 minute read

Yubico had an amazing time at the ShowStoppers event at CES yesterday evening. It was a night of rapid interviews with print and broadcast media, as Yubico spoke with more than 55 journalists! Such great conversations, demonstrations and interactions – Thank you to all who spent time with us!

Are you looking for more of Yubico at CES? Find us at the NXP booth! And be sure to see our CEO, Stina Ehrensvard, on this evening’s (1/8/14) ‘Why Security Matters’ happy hour panel discussion from 5:30-6:30 PM inside the NXP Booth at CES: Central Plaza #9. To register for the panel discussion, please visit NXP.

We hope to see you at the show!

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