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Google’s hardware 2FA Titan Security Keys

Google's hardware 2FA Titan Security Keys available starting today for $50 at the Google Store by androidpolice.com

If you're conscious of your own digital security in the modern era, then odds are you use two/multi-factor authentication to secure your more important accounts, but not all methods are equal. If you're especially concerned — or especially "high value" in security terms — hardware-based keys are the better choice, as they offer additional protections against things like phishing attacks. And starting today, those invested heavily into Google's ecosystem can pick up the previously announcedTitan Security Keys over on the Google Store.


What it's like to live under the Google Advanced Protection Program by androidcentral.com

I am not what I'd call a Very Important Person. I still consider myself a journalist of sorts (and it's what's on my college degree), but I wouldn't say I practice it in the way I did back when I made newspapers. I also am neither an activist, business leader, or am on a political campaign team.

Am I really a candidate for Google's Advanced Protection Program? Do I really need the strongest account security Google offers publicly?

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