Google Wants You to Use Physical Security Keys So Bad It's Willing to Sell You One

#Google really, really wants you to use physical security keys to protect yourself from hackers. After announcing that its 85,000 employees have managed to go more than a year without getting phished because of mandated security devices, #Google now has its own physical security key to sell you. [Read More]

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Image: GoogleGoogle really, really wants you to use physical security keys to protect yourself from hackers.
After announcing that its 85,000 employees have managed to go more than a year without getting phished because of mandated security devices, #Google now has its own physical security key to sell you.
On Wednesday, the company announced its new #Titan security key, a device that protects your accounts by restricting two-factor authentication to the physical world.
Following today’s announcement of the #Titan key, Yubico CEO Stina Ehrensvard wrote a blog post that was slightly critical of #Google’s new product.
Encouraging users to get into security keys widens the Overton window on what people are willing to tolerate as a necessary annoyance.

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#Google announced its new #Titan security key; a device that protects your accounts by restricting two-factor authentication to the physical world. #Security #Trend

Source: Gizmodo