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The Titan Security Key Gives Users an Extra Layer Of Cybersecurity

The mention of computer security keys typically alludes to passwords, numerical codes and two-factor authentication protocols designed to prevent hackers and other nefarious entities on the Internet, but computing giant Google is now bringing computer security into the physical world with the introduction of the Titan Security Key.

This particular computing security key is designed to replace the second layer of security provided by two-factor authentication apps with a physical key that must be connected to the desired computer while logging in. Users can also set up a backup entry method for their account in the event that they lose their physical key.

Available as a USB stick or Bluetooth attachment, the Titan Security Key is set to appeal to both regular computing enthusiasts as well as enterprise buyers.