PALO ALTO, CA, Sept. 9, 2013 – Yubico announced today that they have been selected to demonstrate the YubiKey NEO at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2013. The YubiKey NEO is the first authentication device to comply with Universal 2nd Factor (U2F); the new open standards initiative scaling high security & privacy online identification to Internet users.
Online identity proofing service miiCard announced its support for the YubiKey authentication device to further strengthen its Level of Assurance 3 Plus identity verification solution. Support for YubiKey authentication expands the options for asserting or accepting a verified identity through miiCard’s Bring Your Own Identity service for consumers and Identity as a Service platform for businesses
Yubico announces the Yubikey NEO aggressively defends against malware aimed at smart cards. Successfully piloted by leading enterprises, the new product eliminates the risk of card and PIN being remotely hacked by Trojans. Yubikey NEO will be demonstrated at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, February 25–28, OATH Pavilion, Booth #839
This video introduces YubiKey NEO, the world's first NFC enabled one-time password token, and our first step to expand Yubico technology across smart phones and tablets, leveraging our core value of secure and easy to use out-of-the-box authentication. Read more about YubiKey NEO: http://www.yubico.com/yubikey-neo
The free open source password manager Password Safe supports YubiKey login with challenge-response capability. This video guides you how to enable YubiKey + Password Safe. For more information and links to download the Password Safe, please visit yubico.com/passwordsafe
Introduction to the YubiKey and how schools uses the YubiKey to securely access Google Apps. Read more here: http://yubico.com/highschool See full video: http://yubico.com/schoolvideo