Security keys have been good to Google, so now it's promoting one of its own

by Patrick Howell O'Neill

"We’ve long advocated the use of security keys as the strongest, most phishing-resistant authentication factor for high-value users."

Some federal websites now allowing users to login via secure USB keys

by Shaun Waterman

Three federal agencies have signed up to let the public use keysticks conforming to the Universal Second Factor standard.

It's time to put multi-factor authentication in the NIST Cyber Framework

by Brett_McDowell

Op-ed: The executive director of the FIDO Alliance says NIST has delayed including multi-factor authentication in the cybersecurity framework for far too long.

You can now use a physical key to log in to Facebook

by Chris Bing

Facebook users are now able to use physical USB keys to authenticate their identities when logging in. The feature, announced Thursday, represents the addition of another option for the social media platform's users to configure two-factor authentication approval.

After study, Google gives keysticks two thumbs up

by Shaun Waterman

After a two-year study, Google is lauding the use of USB cryptographic keysticks as a way to authenticate identity online, preventing phishing and man-in-the-middle attacks and securing both individual accounts and the enterprise to which they belong.