Multifactor Authentication (MFA)

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Easier login

Multifactor authentication (MFA) or 2-step verification (2FA) protects your applications by using a second validation source in addition to your password to verify your identity.

Phishing & stolen passwords

The Internet is today a central part of our lives, in working life as well as in everyday life. The technological development that constantly simplifies and improves the sharing of information between people, also opens up for great risks with data theft and fraud. Every day, 18 million passwords end up in the wrong hands, which has devastating consequences for individuals and companies.

 → Read more: Five tips on how YubiKey can protect you from phishing and other attacks when you work from home

Passwords are growing in number and complexity

With increased risks comes a growing need to protect their information. As individuals, we are forced to memorize several passwords, often complex and often unique to our various devices. The more we simplify for ourselves, the higher the risk of sensitive data being stolen.

Mobile Authenticators do not stop phishing

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a well-proven method for increasing the security and protection of sensitive data. However, these solutions do not prevent modern phishing attacks.

A safer internet for everyone

Security keys are instead considered to be the safest and most user-friendly security tool on the market today. Millions of users worldwide use security keys to facilitate access to devices, apps and Internet services while maintaining the protection of their sensitive data. Using a security key, you only need to remember a password and are also protected against modern phishing attacks. Order your security key today!

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