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Front view of 6 YubiKeys ranging from the largest (about the size of a thumb drive) to the smallest (about the size of a micro-SD card). They have various form factors including USB-A, USB-C, and Lightning connectors.

2024 CES: YubiKey Online Hardware Security Keys

Allison interviews Karin Muskopf from YubiCo about their range of hardware authentication solutions for online security. Yubico offers many secure key formats more secure than SMS messaging or an authenticator app for second or multi-factor authentication. YubiKeys provide strong authentication with support for multiple protocols, including existing Smart Card/PIV, and FIDO2/WebAuthn, the new standard that […]

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Cato device is a small (1.5"x1.5") black rounded rectangle and about 1" thick. It has two small black rectangular protrusions top and bottom on the face and the word "cato" printed in gold lower-case print. A small rounded rectangular opening is located on one side of the device.

CSUN 2024: Cato Motion-Based Wearable Alternative to Eye Gaze Control

Allison interviews Auli Co-Founder, Spero Koulouras, about their alternative to eye gaze to control applications and devices. Auli’s Cato device empowers people with motor disabilities by providing familiar customizable control of electronic devices. Cato is a motion-based wearable device that controls Windows, macOS, and Chromebook computers by emulating mouse and keyboard input. It also operates […]

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CSUN ATC 2022: New Vision Concepts EZReader

Allison interviews Gary Beene from New Vision Concepts about their all-in-one touch screen computer, document camera, and custom software designed for users with vision impairments. EZReader provides over 70 customized applications that give low-vision users access to computer capabilities that were previously not available to them. EZReader provides software with the following key design criteria: […]

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Security Bits — 11 July 2021

Feedback & Followups Listener and community feedback, developments in recently covered stories, and developments in long-running stories we’re tracking over time. The Western Digital story from last time has continued to evolve: More devices are affected: Another 0-Day Looms for Many Western Digital Users – Krebs on Security — krebsonsecurity.com/… But there have also been […]

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