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Security Keys, UX, & Reasonable Choices

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Good morning, everybody. How you doing today? Not to sound dramatic, but I got to make this quick because I'm not sure how long I have fiber in my neighborhood couple hours as well as at the last couple days that came out from Google next which is Google Cloud conference around some Chrome app switcher technically under the cloud.

This is a physical education working on it will do the two-factor Authentication. I miss this controversy between Google and secondary Keys interesting choice NFC and USB connect Bluetooth decided not to do it because because of security concerns around perspective, but I'm some people jumped on board and around two-factor in general spurred by this question of Titan.

Interesting statements there's a lot of stuff that's accurate but not with the perspective. I would like to see a plaid so page for multi-factor authentication where I can at least that means in addition to your username and password. You also have something else normal or a random set of some other companies and they will text message you a code or email you used to those from a security perspective, but there's also advantages from The Challenge here is finding a balance for scale.

Reporting to keep in mind Google G Suite better off. Those users are going to be no question that turning on multi-factor authentication. The challenge is getting people to do it passwords suck people hate passwords yet. Another thing makes it really really hard which is why on the key solution and it reduces that with you.

So there's no easy solution here with the push back on my text messaging people can intercept text messages. Something off your of fact, I saw a tweet this morning is a prop for two factors are going to push to get that to factor a code from you as well.

Normally every 30 seconds vs. An SMS message, which gives you a Define set security. This is where are you going to go with the title the opposite for reasonable decisions? Nothing's perfect. There are no perfect security measures, you will never attain 100% secure whatever the heck that would improve the security of your users of the data trust you with multi-factor.

There was a great quote from the are Google's product manager around Titans talking about applies not just to security keys by to everything in general. Semi tangent I'm speaking at serverlessconf in San Francisco next weekend. I was getting my slides ready and I was browser you're confronted with a bad SSL certificate.

There is no stopping you talk to you probably knew it's bad ux. It's absolutely bad ux design from less secure because now users are making an informed choices there simply clicking to get rid of things having them interact with the system. Securely automatic message with an additional code item Miner Miner how big a security is designed a general? What do you think? Let me know online at Mark M.

CA your comments your discussion drives the topics for the show. Keep broadcasting topics new playlist on YouTube for how to get started topics usability and Security will talk to you on the show tomorrow. Good morning, everybody. How you doing today? Not to sound dramatic, but I got to make this quick because I'm not sure how long I have fiber in my neighborhood couple hours as well as at the last couple days that came out from Google next which is Google Cloud conference around some Chrome app switcher technically under the cloud.

This is a physical education working on it will do the two-factor Authentication. I miss this controversy between Google and secondary Keys interesting choice NFC and USB connect Bluetooth decided not to do it because because of security concerns around perspective, but I'm some people jumped on board and around two-factor in general spurred by this question of Titan.

Interesting statements there's a lot of stuff that's accurate but not with the perspective. I would like to see a plaid so page for multi-factor authentication where I can at least that means in addition to your username and password. You also have something else normal or a random set of some other companies and they will text message you a code or email you used to those from a security perspective, but there's also advantages from The Challenge here is finding a balance for scale.

Reporting to keep in mind Google G Suite better off. Those users are going to be no question that turning on multi-factor authentication. The challenge is getting people to do it passwords suck people hate passwords yet. Another thing makes it really really hard which is why on the key solution and it reduces that with you.

So there's no easy solution here with the push back on my text messaging people can intercept text messages. Something off your of fact, I saw a tweet this morning is a prop for two factors are going to push to get that to factor a code from you as well.

Normally every 30 seconds vs. An SMS message, which gives you a Define set security. This is where are you going to go with the title the opposite for reasonable decisions? Nothing's perfect. There are no perfect security measures, you will never attain 100% secure whatever the heck that would improve the security of your users of the data trust you with multi-factor.

There was a great quote from the are Google's product manager around Titans talking about applies not just to security keys by to everything in general. Semi tangent I'm speaking at serverlessconf in San Francisco next weekend. I was getting my slides ready and I was browser you're confronted with a bad SSL certificate.

There is no stopping you talk to you probably knew it's bad ux. It's absolutely bad ux design from less secure because now users are making an informed choices there simply clicking to get rid of things having them interact with the system. Securely automatic message with an additional code item Miner Miner how big a security is designed a general? What do you think? Let me know online at Mark M.

CA your comments your discussion drives the topics for the show. Keep broadcasting topics new playlist on YouTube for how to get started topics usability and Security will talk to you on the show tomorrow.