Android phone’s built-in security key now generally available

Quick launch summary

At Next 2019, Google announced beta functionality to use an Android phone’s built-in security key for 2-step verification. Google is now making this generally available. All phones running Android 7.0+ (Nougat) have a built-in key that can be activated. This means your users can use existing phones for multi-factor authentication in G Suite to protect against phishing.

For more details, see our beta announcement or our Cloud Blog post.

Availability

Rollout details

G Suite editions
Available to all G Suite editions

On/off by default? 
If 2-Step Verification or Security Key Enforcement is turned on for an organization, Android phone will be available as an option for security keys by default.

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