Google Introduces Titan Security Key to Strengthen Online Security at Google Cloud Next in San Francisco
Google Titan Security Key (Photo Credit CNET)

Google recently announced a new tool that will help people take their email security a notch higher with Google Titan Security Key, which was unveiled today at the Google Cloud Next event in San Francisco. The security device will be an added authenticator to the Gmail account, giving it a safer and a more secure login. The physical security key will be accessible on both desktop and on smartphones. Huawei Nova 3, Nova 3i Smartphones launched; Priced at Rs 34,999 & Rs 20,990.

Google has taken this step to stop hackers from invading user privacy. Furthermore, with this solution, it will be easy to bypass phishing sites from accessing your passwords, email among other things that matter. So, how does this work? Well, the Titan Security Key has to be plugged directly to the desktop through a USB port. Whereas for the mobile users, they have to connect the tool via Bluetooth. After which, the device will unlock your mail and let you browse safely. Motorola’s Moto G6 Plus Smartphone to Be Launched Soon in India; Expected Price, Features & Specifications.

As per a report from CNET, the device is currently priced at around USD 25 (Approx. Rs 1,700) and would later bring it down to USD 10 (Approx. Rs 700). The device is set to come in two options – Bluetooth & USB key versions – and will be available in the Google online stores soon.