Order your security keys

You’ll want 2 keys to use with Advanced Protection: a main key that connects to both phones and computers and a backup key.

Choose your security keys

If your primary phone is an Android phone

Important: Due to COVID-19, we temporarily suspended enrollment with your phone’s built-in security key. You can still enroll with the 2 security keys you've purchased or join our waitlist to enroll with your phone’s built-in security key.

Use your phone’s built-in security key

  1. If you have a smartphone running Android 7.0+: you can use your phone’s built-in security key as your main security key to access iPhones & iPads and computers.
  2. Buy a backup key:

Order a set of keys

If you can’t use your phone’s built-in security key, you need to order 2 keys. Purchase a main key that can connect to both your phone and computers and a backup USB security key.

Suggested sets of keys include:

Tip: If you primarily use newer MacBooks or Chromebooks, you may want a USB-C backup key like the Titan USB-C or the Yubikey 5C.
If your primary phone is an iPhone

Use your phone’s built-in security key

Important: Due to COVID-19, we temporarily suspended enrollment with your phone’s built-in security key. You can still enroll with the 2 security keys you've purchased or join our waitlist to enroll with your phone’s built-in security key.
  1. Set up your iPhone’s built-in security key. If you have an iPhone running iOS 10+, you can use your phone’s  built-in security key as your main security key to access computers, iPhones, and iPads.
  2. Buy a backup key: 

Order a set of keys

If you can’t use your phone’s built-in security key, you need to order 2 keys: a main key that can connect to both your iPhone and computers and a backup security key.

Important: Security keys can connect to your iOS devices in the following ways:

  NFC USB Bluetooth *
iPhones with iOS 13.3 or above Yes Yes Yes
iPads with iOS 13.3 or above No Yes Yes
iPhones and iPads with an older OS No No Yes

* Your phone’s built-in security key connects with Bluetooth.

Suggested sets of keys include:

You could also purchase the Titan Bluetooth/NFC/USB Security Key or Feitian MultiPass FIDO Security Key as your main key and your choice of USB backup keys.

Tip: If you primarily use newer MacBooks or Chromebooks, you may want a USB-C backup key like the Titan USB-C or the Yubikey 5C.

About Titan Security Keys

Titan Security Keys are available from the Google Store and work with most Android, Chrome OS, iOS devices, and macOS or Windows computers. Learn more about Titan Security Keys and their availability.
Tip: To help make political organizations more secure with Advanced Protection, we’ve partnered with Defending Digital Campaigns to provide free Titan Security Keys. Contact Defending Digital Campaigns to check whether your team is eligible for free keys.

Where to purchase other security keys

Your options vary depending on where you live. We’ve provided links to Amazon for your convenience. If keys aren't available through Amazon where you live, we recommend visiting the Yubico or Feitian websites to see if you can order directly from them. If not, search FIDO U2F Security Key and order from a trusted retailer.
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