Google to give security keys to ‘high risk’ users targeted by government hackers

Google to give security keys to ‘high risk’ users targeted by government hackers


Google has said it will provide 10,000 “high-risk” users with free hardware security keys. Security keys make it harder for phishing attacks to work as they can only unlock accounts on legitimate websites. Google also announced new and extended partnerships with the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES), UN Women and nonprofit Defending Digital Campaigns.

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