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Yubico at EIC: The Future of Strong Authentication – Simple, Open, Mobile

  Yubico also will demonstrate the simplicity of U2F authentication across Google, Dropbox and GitHub.  With U2F, individuals are able to use the same YubiKey across multiple services, with zero shared secrets and no drivers or client software to install. Yubico is further showcasing its recent partnership with identity service provider Digidentity, that enables FIDO

UK Becomes the First Government to Offer Secure Online Identities Based on FIDO U2F Standards

Compromised online identities have reached a level that has exposed the weaknesses in usernames and passwords as well as traditional software security solutions. Government services around the world have a growing demand for strong two-factor authentication, but traditional hardware technologies have been too costly and complicated to scale for most countries and internet users. The

OnApp and Yubico Enhance Security for Thousands of Global Clouds

OnApp is the leading cloud management platform for hosts, telcos and MSPs, with thousands of clouds deployed in 93 countries. With YubiKey support, these cloud service providers can use YubiKey – a USB two-factor authentication device – to offset the weakness of usernames and passwords. YubiKeys are activated with a simple tap on the device,

Yubico at RSA 2016: New Partnerships, Strong Cryptography, Unparalleled Ease, Widest Range of Authentication Methods

  Yubico will be exhibiting February 29-March 3 in the Moscone Center North, booth #N4909.  “Evolution and innovation around authentication and security is happening in three core areas: mobile, standards, and hardware crypto,” said Stina Ehrensvard, CEO and Founder, Yubico. “Together with our partners, we are building a Swiss Army Knife of authentication and cryptographic

YubiKey and U2F at CES ShowStoppers – Yubico Demonstrates Mobile Contactless, Tokenless, and Passwordless Authentication

Yubico will be exhibiting at booth B-12 at ShowStoppers on Wednesday, January 6, 2016, 6-10 p.m., at the Wynn Las Vegas. Hacking, data loss, and identity theft is no longer just a concern to enterprises, but a threat that reaches everyone online.  The time is now and the technology is here for consumers to protect

Yubico Launches YubiKey 4 and Touch-to-Sign Functionality at DockerCon Europe 2015

  Announced during the DockerCon keynote, Yubico and Docker, the open platform for building, shipping and running distributed applications used by millions of developers and system administrators, have deployed the world’s first touch-to-sign code signing system using YubiKeys, helping secure software development for Docker developers.  With the YubiKey 4, Docker users can digitally sign code

Yubico Demonstrates the Simplicity of Authentication, with a Simple Touch, at Black Hat EU 2015

Yubico is a co-creator of FIDO U2F (Universal 2nd Factor), an open authentication standard that breaks the mold for high-security, public-key hardware devices by removing the complexity of drivers, clients software and costly certificate authority (CA).  This past year, U2F and YubiKeys have received massive industry attention, with the help of Google, Dropbox, and GitHub

Yubico Demonstrates OKTA Adaptive MFA YubiKey Integration and FIDO U2F Authentication at Oktane

  There is a movement in identity management focused intently on security that incorporates strong two-factor authentication. At Oktane, Yubico will be highlighting the company’s partnership with Okta to integrate YubiKeys into its cloud identity ecosystem, which creates a foundation for secure connections between people and technology.  Inclusion into Okta’s platform reaffirms the reputation of

Yubico, GitHub Introduce Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) to Global Developer Community

  At the first-ever GitHub Universe conference, Yubico CEO Stina Ehrensvard was a guest during the opening keynote to introduce YubiKeys and explain how standardized FIDO U2F strong authentication will help secure the future of the internet. During the keynote, GitHub unveiled its new two-factor authentication features, backed by FIDO U2F and YubiKeys, and the

Dropbox Adds Support for FIDO U2F Strong Authentication, YubiKeys

  Today, cloud storage giant Dropbox announced to its 400 million users that it supports FIDO U2F for strong two-factor authentication. On the company’s blog, Dropbox said usersnow can protect their files with U2F-powered devices in addition to the current feature of a one-time code sent to a mobile phone. Those U2F devices include YubiKeys,