Protect what’s valuable

Two-factor authentication with a YubiKey makes your login secure and keeps your information private.

The YubiKey requires nothing more than a simple tap or touch. There are no drivers or special software needed. You can use your YubiKey on multiple computers and mobile devices, and one key supports any number of your accounts.

YubiKeys are nearly indestructible — just add it to your keychain along with your house and car keys.Yubikey works with on Windows, macOS and Linux and it supports popular password managers such as LastPass, Dashlane, Keepass and others. Individuals can use it to login to websites like Google, Dropbox, WordPress and more.

Enter name and password

Insert key and touch the button

Done!

For Individuals

YubiKey is the easiest and most secure way to protect your Gmail account, Dropbox account, password manager, and much more.

For Business

Businesses are challenged with protecting company data and systems in a continually evolving landscape. Stolen credentials cost companies billions of dollars each year — and hackers are targeting everyone, from small businesses to large enterprises. Yubico’s products help protect access to both data and resources critical for operations, with a simple touch.

YubiKeys are used by 8 of the top 10 internet enterprises and by millions of users in over 150 countries.

For Education

Education faces the same security threats as commercial sectors, with sensitive data being compromised for staff, students, and researchers. Yubikey is used worldwide in over 1,000 schools and 450 high education institutions such as Duke University, CERN, and University of Auckland.

YubiKeys are often used in combination with a mobile authentication technology, or as a faster, more secure alternative with higher privacy benefits.

By allowing multiple, affordable backup keys, support costs can be significantly reduced when compared to users who are dependent on one single phone.

0
personal records were exposed in 2018
%0
of CISOs are concerned about employees stealing sensitive company information.
0
dollars is the average cost per stolen record