Simplifying Titan Safety Key choices for our customers



At present we’re excited to announce some modifications to our lineup of Titan Safety Keys on the Google Retailer which offer a less complicated expertise and make selecting the best safety key for you even simpler. We’ll now provide solely two forms of Titan Safety Keys: a USB-A and a USB-C model. Each of those keys have Close to Discipline Communication (NFC) performance, which lets you use it with most cellular gadgets by merely tapping it on the again of your cellular system so as to check in securely. These keys might be accessible for all customers beginning tomorrow, August 10. In 2018, Google launched the Titan Safety Key as a direct protection in opposition to credential phishing. Phishing happens when an attacker tries to trick you into giving them your username and password, and it stays one of many best and most profitable methods of breaching accounts on-line. Paired with our Superior Safety Program and its industry-leading automated protections, the Titan Safety Key stays the most effective methods to maintain your Google Account secure.Introducing new Titan Safety Key optionsSince NFC performance is now supported by a variety of Android telephones and iPhones, we’re discontinuing the Bluetooth Titan Safety Key and specializing in the simpler and extra broadly accessible NFC functionality. Nevertheless, for current customers with our Bluetooth Titan Safety Keys, these will proceed to work with Bluetooth and can proceed to work as an NFC key on most fashionable cellular gadgets. Relevant warranties for current Bluetooth Titan Safety Keys will proceed to be honored per their phrases. All Titan Safety Keys are constructed with a {hardware} safe component chip that features firmware engineered by Google to confirm the important thing’s integrity.In case you have a pc with USB-A ports, we suggest you get the USB-A + NFC safety key:In case you have a pc with USB-C ports, we suggest you get the USB-C + NFC safety key:In case you have an iPad with a USB-C connector you should use the USB-C Titan Safety Key. In case you have an iPad with a lightning connector, it’s advisable to get a USB-A Titan Safety Key with an Apple Lightning adapter: To buy a Titan Safety Key, go to the Google Retailer. The USB-A+NFC key,which features a USB-A to USB-C adapter, is offered for $30 and the USB-C+NFC key retails for $35.