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Google made headlines a few months ago when the company told Business Insider that none of its 85,000 employees had had their work accounts compromised since Google mandated physical security keys in the workplace. Google wants to bring that level of protection to the masses, which is why it built its own physical two-factor authentication (2FA) system in the Titan Security Key Bundle. Titan Security Keys function like a second lock after your password. Instead of just typing in a username and password, you’ll also need this physical key to access your accounts. Even better, the Titan Security Key is built on FIDO “Fast IDentity Online” open standards, so you can use for Dropbox, AWS, Twitter, Slack, Facebook and a number of others. If you want the gold standard in computer security you should be using a physical security key. You might as well be using the one built by Google.

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As much as we love watches with dozens of complications and functions, there’s something to be said for a simple and understated design. The Nixon Patrol watch is a modern interpretation of classic designs that has everything you need and nothing you don’t. Made with a no-nonsense 42mm stainless case, a rock-solid Miyota quartz movement and a stainless 3-link bracelet, it’s as clean and slim as it is durable and attractive. Add in the bold indices on the face to complete the sleek and stylish look. This is the watch for the makers and doers.