SecurityKeys Protects The Digital You
Security keys are one of the best ways to protect your online account´s, they work like a second lock after your password. SecurityKeys help prevent phising and keep out anyone who shouldn't have access to your online accounts.
It's so easy to use and you don't need to remember any passowords, typing in a code or reach for your phone to open an App. All you need to do is to push the button, this is security in a blink of your eye. The SecurityKey is designed and manufactured in a wide range of brands and form factors.
SecurityKey in a modern workspace?
In a modern world under modern business models, organizations, of any size must be able to efficiently and securely access a wide variety of digital resources. This places an enormous strain on their IT and Security Team to ensure operations run smoothly and cybersecurity defenses are kept up to date and airtight.
Organizations rely on authentication security to make sure that the right people can access the right systems and data — and to keep others out. The SecurityKey is an award winning and the best practice product that delivering modern authentication and peace of mind for the IT and Security Team. It secure the identies of your employees and in the same time reduce support calls more than 90%.
Why should I use a Security Key?
90% of all internet breaches are due to stolen login credentials? SMS, mobile authentication apps, and legacy one-time passcodes (OTPs) are vulnerable to today’s advanced threats. To stop modern threats you must have modern authentication in place.
Organizations who have experienced an authentication-related breach estimate a staggering average cost of $2.19 million (in the last 12 months).
A few years ago, multi-factor authentication (MFA) would have been the de-facto cybersecurity recommendation for businesses. But while traditional MFA methods were once considered best practice, increasingly sophisticated attackers have worked to circumvent it, making it much less effective as a defense measure.
Yet, awareness of this is either sparse or ignored among surveyed IT security decision makers. Instead, substantial proportions report that their employees use legacy technologies such as SMS and OTPs, and usernames & passwords.
This leaves organizations highly vulnerable to modern cyberthreats, particularly in a remote and distributed working world