Google recently unveiled the newest version of its Titan security key, which will be available to consumers on October 15th for a $40 price point. Additionally, the new design is now able to work with USB-C devices, which makes the new Titan security key competitive with other security keys that have previously had USB-C compatibility.
The use of security keys provides users with enhanced security capabilities that are nearly unmatched. The keys operate by users plugging their individual key into a device for authentication. The use of security keys is common amongst those at high risks, like politicians and journalists. Google indicates that security keys are generally safer than other alternatives.
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