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Internet Identity Workshop (IIW) releases film exploring the work of Identity Innovators who protect billions of internet users.

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Check out this #YubiKey 4 hardware 2-factor authentication review via @InfiniteLoop UK!

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The Most Important Female Founders of 2017 feat. our CEO, Stina Ehrensvard! via Digital Sweden (in Swedish) 

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“The ease of securely authenticating into our systems, by touching the button on the YubiKey, was a driving force for the inclusion of YubiKeys as a part of our multifactor strategy” - Richard Biever, Duke University 

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On this week’s the Complete Privacy & Security Podcast – hosts Michael Bazzell and Justin Carroll discuss YubiKeys as part of their digital security routine, broad use cases for the two factor authentication devices, and much more! 

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Tour d'Europe: Identity, Mobile, and #YubiKey - where to find Yubico in the next few weeks! 

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Will you be at #RSAC2017 next week?!? Yubico will be at booth #N4421 - make sure to stop by to see the latest and greatest of #YubiKey!!
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Starting at the 8:35 mark, hear all about the #YubiKey on TekThing.com 

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New from ZDNet - If you're looking for a quick, easy, and affordable way to protect your Google account, Facebook, GitHub, Dropbox, Salesforce admin account (and much more), or looking for a way to harden your Mac or Windows login credentials, then you need to take a look at YubiKey.

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Google gives G Suite admins more control over security - Admins can now, for example, force their users to use physical security keys from companies like Yubico to access their data. They will also be able to manage the deployment of these keys and get usage reports.

Google notes that one of the companies that are already using this feature is online payments service Stripe, which uses Security Key as an additional layer to protect its employees from phishing attempts.
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