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Hi,

 I've recently  become interested in cryptocurrencies given the huge increase in their value and, having investigated them a bit, it's apparent that their security protocols are substantially better than anything offered by IG Index (and most other stockbrokers I suspect). Now, obviously we don't need cryptocurrency wallets and similar features, but at the very least I think our two-factor authentication needs to be beefed up. I appreciate there's the IG Index app but I can't imagine it's that hard to crack to be honest and doesn't have great reviews on Google Play.

 I'd suggest adding security keys like Yubikey to your two-factor authentication protocols. It's basically a USB key that I have to touch (literally) as a second level of security when logging in to various systems. The argument is that whilst hackers might have compromised some electronic element of your system, it's unlikely they'll actually be at your computer to complete the physical stage. For reference, it can be tied into lots of different systems (e.g. Microsoft Office) and personally I use it as an authentication system for my password manager.

 So, please could you introduce Yubikey and other security keys to beef up the two-factor authentication protocols?

Thanks,

Sartois

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