Titan Security Key from Google will prevent attacks by using encryption and has been designed to offer a higher level of protection than two-factor authentication.
Titan Key, available in Bluetooth/NFC as well as USB options, will cost around $20 to $25 individually. A bundle for both the versions will be available at around $50. CNET report says that Google had been testing an early version of its security key with over 85,000 employees and none of them got hacked since 2017. A final version of Titan Security Key is now available for users. The report quotes Google product manager for identity and security Christiaan Brand.Read more ↓
Titan Security Key will be available for sale through Google’s online store within the next few months. Google product page reads ” 2-step verification with a security key uses cryptography to provide two-way verification………Read More>>