PALO ALTO, CA, August 3, 2016 – Yubico, the leading provider of simple and open online identity protection, today announced the company’s participation and activities at Black Hat 2016, August 3-4 in Las Vegas, NV. Yubico will be delivering a ‘Top 10 Must-See Black Hat 2016 Briefing’ at the conference, while demonstrating new YubiKey integrations, mobile authentication and FIDO U2F at Booth #872.
The YubiKey is the strong authentication bullseye the industry has been aiming at for years, enabling one single key to secure an unlimited number of applications. Yubico’s innovative keys offer strong authentication via Yubico one-time passwords (OTP), FIDO Universal 2nd Factor (U2F), and smart card (PIV, OpenPGP, OATH) — all with a simple tap or touch of a button. YubiKeys protect access for everyone from individual home users to the world’s largest organizations.
At Black Hat 2016, Yubico will be demonstrating the simplicity of U2F authentication across Google, Dropbox, and recent integrations with GitLab and Bitbucket. 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. Additional demonstrations will include OTP login and mobile U2F authentication over NFC.
Thursday, August 4 | 2:30pm-2:55pm
BREAKING FIDO: ARE EXPLOITS IN THERE?
Jerrod Chong VP, Solutions Engineering, Yubico
The state of authentication is in such disarray today that a black hat is no longer needed to wreak havoc. One avenue to authentication improvement is offered by the FIDO Alliance’s open specifications built around public key cryptography. Does FIDO present a better mousetrap? Are there security soft spots for potential exploitation, such as man-in-the-middle attacks, exploits aimed at supporting architecture, or compromises targeting physical hardware? We will pinpoint where vulnerabilities are hidden in FIDO deployments, how difficult they are to exploit, and how enterprises and organizations can protect themselves. wearables and authentication options further evolve. Attendees will hear the pros and cons of modern authentication, and learn today’s best pairings of authentication type and use case for consumers and enterprises.
Find the Yubico team and see live demonstrations at Booth #872. For more information and to learn more about YubiKeys and FIDO U2F, please visit www.yubico.com.
Yubico sets new world standards for simple, secure login, preventing unauthorized access to computers, servers, and internet accounts.
Supporting multiple authentication and encryption protocols on all devices and platforms, YubiKeys protect access to user accounts for the world’s largest enterprises with a simple touch, and with no driver or client software needed. Yubico is a leading contributor to the FIDO Universal 2nd Factor open authentication standard, and Yubico’s technology is used, and loved, in more than 150 countries.
Founded in 2007, Yubico is privately held with offices in Palo Alto (California), Seattle (Washington), Stockholm (Sweden), and London (UK). For more information, please visit www.yubico.com.
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