A cybersecurity roadmap for securing shared workstations

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Shamalee Deshpande, Director Product Marketing, Yubico

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Critical authentication requirements and best practices Shared workstations and devices are common across many industries such as financial services, energy and natural resources, healthcare, manufacturing and others. Given their very nature of being used by ‘roving users’— typically hourly or shift employees and contractors— if not properly secured, they can be critical points of entry into an organization for cyber criminals. So how do you ensure high security without disrupting employee productivity? Attend this webinar to learn critical authentication requirements for shared workstations and devices, and best practices to ensure your organization stays protected against modern threats. The information you provide in this form will be held in confidence by Yubico, Inc. and its Affiliates. Any personal information submitted in this form will be used by Yubico, Inc. and its Affiliates, for their performance of this webinar, and as such, you agree to being contacted and receiving relevant marketing materials. “Affiliate” means an entity that, directly or indirectly, controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with Yubico, Inc.

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Yubico, the inventor of the YubiKey, makes secure login easy and available for everyone. Since the company was founded in 2007, it has been a leader in setting global standards for secure access to computers, mobile devices, servers, browsers, and internet accounts. Yubico is a creator and core contributor to the FIDO2, WebAuthn, and FIDO Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) open authentication standards, and is a pioneer in delivering modern, hardware-based authentication security at scale. YubiKeys are the gold standard for phishing-resistant multi-factor authentication (MFA), enabling a single device to work across hundreds of consumer and enterprise applications and services. Yubico’s technology enables secure authentication, encryption, and code signing and is used and loved by many of the world’s largest organizations and millions of customers in more than 160 countries. Aligned with its mission of making the internet more secure for everyone, Yubico donates YubiKeys to organizations helping at-risk individuals through the philanthropic initiative, Secure it Forward. Yubico is privately held, with presence around the globe and offices in Palo Alto, San Francisco, Seattle, and Stockholm. For more information, please visit: www.yubico.com.