The Security Key 5 Series is a hardware-based authentication solution that provides superior defence against phishing, eliminates account takeovers, and enables compliance requirements for strong authentication.
SIMPLE – Most effective way to protect against account takeovers. Just insert into a USB-A port and tap the gold contact.
EASY – Intuitive user experience and fast setup, deployment, and use.
SCALABLE– Integrates with systems tailored for all business types and sizes.
EFFICIENT– Reduce helpdesk tickets for password reset or account lockout.
MULTI-PROTOCOL – Bridge between authentication methods and systems.
WORKS – The Security Key 5 Series Works with the most web services such as 1Password, 2FA for Jira, Auth0, AWS, Basecamp, Cloudflare, DocuSign, Dropbox, Facebook, Google, Instagram, KeePass, LastPass, Mi-Token, MailChimp, Microsoft, Nintendo, Passly, ProtonMail, Reddit, RSA, Safari, Saleforce.com, Shopify, Squarespace, TeamViewer, Tesla, Twitter, Unity, YouTube, Zendesk, just to name a few.
DURABLE – Fiberglass reinforced bodies protect the Security Key from everyday life.
PORTABLE – Fit the Security Key on a keyring and carry without any worry.
COMPATIBLE – The Security Key 5 Nano slips into any standard USB-A port.
FORENSICALLY EXAMINED – For any embedded spyware or malware, by forensic experts at NSI Global Counter Intelligence.
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The Security Key 5 Nano is the #1 security key that works with more online services and applications than any other security key. Usernames and passwords are not enough to protect your accounts. Using a security key as a form of two-factor authentication is a simple and proven method for locking down your accounts and keeping them secure.
The Security Key 5 Nano is FIDO and FIDO2 certified. It works with Google Chrome or any FIDO-compliant application on Windows, Mac OS or Linux and with applications that provide FIDO, FIDO2, or one-time-password (OTP) support and through Chrome, Firefox, or Edge browsers.
The Security Key offers superior security by combining hardware-based authentication and public key cryptography to effectively defend against phishing attacks and eliminate account takeovers. It offers multi-protocol support including FIDO2, OTP, OATH HOTP, U2F, PIV, and Open PGP. Users have the broadest options for strong authentication including not only two-factor authentication but also support for single factor passwordless login and multi-factor authentication in conjunction with user touch and PIN.
The Security Key 5 Series helps organizations accelerate to a passwordless future by providing support for the FIDO2 protocol. FIDO2 supports not only today’s two-factor authentication but also paves the way for eliminating weak password authentication, with strong single factor hardware-based authentication.
The Security Key provides a simple and intuitive authentication experience that users find easy to use, ensuring rapid adoption and organizational security. With authentication speeds up to 4X faster than OTP or SMS based authentication, the Security Key does not require a battery or network connectivity, making authentication always accessible.
The ease of use and reliability of the Security Key is proven to reduce password support incidents by 92%. This was documented in a research paper by Google, describing the Google employee rollout to more than 70 countries. Deployments are faster and cost less with the Security Key’s industry-leading support for numerous protocols, systems and services.
The Security Key is the trusted secure authentication choice for the largest technology, finance, and retail companies in the world. This includes 9 of the top 10 technology companies, 4 of the top 10 US banks, and 2 of the top 3 global retailers. Companies including Google, Facebook, Salesforce and thousands more trust the Security Key to protect account access to computers, networks and online services.
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