Phishing-resistant two-factor authentication (2FA) devices that help protect high-value users
Works with popular devices, browsers, and a growing set of apps that support FIDO standards
Built with a hardware chip (with firmware engineered by Google) to verify integrity of the key
Security keys use public key cryptography to verify a user’s identity and URL of the login page ensuring attackers can’t access your account even if you are tricked into providing your username and password.
Titan Security Keys are built with a hardware chip that includes firmware engineered by Google to verify the key’s integrity. This helps to ensure that the keys haven’t been physically tampered with.
Titan Security Keys work with popular devices, browsers, and a growing ecosystem of services that support FIDO standards. One security key can be used to sign in to work and personal services.
Titan Security Keys provide cryptographic proof that users are interacting with the legitimate service that they originally registered their security key with and that they are in possession of their security key.
A hardware chip that includes firmware developed by Google helps to verify that the keys haven’t been tampered with. The hardware chips are designed to resist physical attacks aimed at extracting firmware and secret key material.
Titan Security Keys are available in two form factors: USB-A/NFC and USB-C/NFC.