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Next Tuesday, Join our Webinar: "Protecting the Education Sector with the YubiKey" February 16, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PST. 

This webinar will provide an overview of the threats facing the Education sector; how universities have deployed YubiKeys; technical details behind the secure, simple, and scalable solutions that Education customers love; provide a question and answer session, and highlight Yubico’s special offer for Education. 
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Happy Monday! YubiKey NEO gets a 95 Kick Ass Review Score from MaximumPC... "durable, easy-to-use security that can help save your digital bacon."
A security and crypto device that fits on your key ring
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Passwords May Soon Be Passé - the latest from TechCrunch featuring YubiKey!
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The latest from Yubico's CEO - "Going forward, we see evolution and innovation rooted in three primary areas: mobile, standards, and hardware crypto."  
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2015's Worst Passwords Are Still Really Bad (So Please Tell Me Yours Is Not On The List) 
The list of worst passwords used in 2015 includes longer passwords, but they're not exactly stronger.
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My password is gDti8lzX3 and that is not on your list. 
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The future today and the future tomorrow.. Why mobility is moving faster than the CSO.
Looking at where we are today with technology, while adding in some recent and not so recent research and development, we can speculate future technology and their security compliance implications.
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Count us in for #SaferInternetDay. In fact, count us in for every day being safer on the Internet. Today, Google is giving away 2GB free Drive storage when you do your Security Checkup – protect your accounts and turn on Two Factor!! 
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If you are thinking about improving strong authentication for your service, OTP is a good start, but FIDO U2F should definitely be on your radar. 
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Special Offer for Schools!  YubiKeys Extend Innovation In Education - 50% off trays of 50 YubiKey 4 and YubiKey 4 Nano while supplies last! Read more about it in today's blog!! 
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Have you checked out our job opportunities lately? positions in Engineering, Marketing and Sales Engineering now open! Please forward along to anyone you know who may be interested!!
The Yubico team is growing. Please send your CV to us!
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We prefer the word YubiKey :) How To Use a USB Stick To Securely Log In to Gmail - via Gizmodo
If you’ve configured two-step verification for your Gmail account, rather than checking your mobile for codes you can plug in a verified USB stick instead. You can carry it wherever you go, and of course, it doesn’t lose battery or signal. According to Google, it also offers better protection against phishing attacks. Here’s how you can set it up.
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+Mike Trieu I contacted Yubico back in September asking if the current Neo would be able to support Curve25519 in the OpenPGP applet, and I was told it was impossible in the current hardware (understandably, I guess), but that it might be possible in their "next CCID-supported device", although they had no plans to investigate it at that time.
I'm also hoping they include support for Ed25519 in the upcoming refresh of the Yubikey Neo, even though I acquired one recently.
Ping them directly and ask for support, maybe the chances of Ed25519 being supported will increase if they get more people asking for that feature :-) 
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“One Device, Many Functions: Inside the YubiKey” Two Webinars – One Day! Tuesday, January 26 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Central European Time (CET) and Tuesday, January 26 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific Standard Time (PST).  Sign up for whichever time zone works best for you! 

We’ll show you the many ways enterprises seeking higher security use YubiKeys. Use one key for a wide range of secure access, including remote access and VPN, password managers, computer login, content management systems, and popular online services like GitHub, Dropbox, Docker, Google for Work, and other Google Accounts.

The YubiKey 4 uniquely supports one-time passwords, smart card functionality (including OpenPGP and PIV), and the emerging FIDO Alliance Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) standard, plus it offers the world’s first touch-to-sign code signing system. This webinar will go into technical details behind the secure, simple, and scalable solutions that users love, and we will answer your questions.

Register here - https://www.yubico.com/support/webinar-160126/ 
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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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