Google today announced that it is making a new range Titan Security Keys available on the Google Store.

Titan Security Keys are phishing-resistant two-factor authentication (2FA) devices and they work with popular browsers including Chrome and a growing number of online services that support FIDO standards such as Gmail, Facebook and Twitter. These keys are built with a hardware chip that includes firmware engineered by Google to verify the integrity of the key.

Titan Security Keys provide cryptographic proof that users are interacting with the legitimate service that they originally registered their security key with, and that they are in possession of their security key.

The new Titan Security Key features USB-C  making it compatible with your Android, Chrome OS, macOS, and Windows devices that increasingly offer only this port.

The Titan Security Keys will hit shelves tomorrow and can be ordered at the Google Store here for $50.

Via XDA-Dev

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