The simplest, most secure way to sign into your accounts without a password
Passkeys are an easier and more secure alternative to passwords. They let you sign-in with just your fingerprint, face scan, or screen lock. Learn more by downloading our one-pager PDF.
Passkeys provide the strongest protection against threats like phishing. And since they’re stored on your local device, they cannot be guessed or reused helping keep your information secure against attackers.
Your passkey stays private on your personal device and is never shared with Google or any other third-party partners. You simply use your fingerprint, face scan, or screen lock to verify it’s you accessing your private key.
Passkeys provide a simpler and secure sign-in experience for all users with personal Google accounts, over 9 million Google Workspace customers, and third-party apps.
Bringing passkeys to businesses and governments
Passkeys introduce meaningful security and usability benefits to users, and we’re thrilled to be the first major public cloud provider to bring this technology to our customers — from small businesses and large enterprises to schools and governments.
Partnering for a passwordless, safer sign-in across the Internet
We’re partnering with brands to enable passkeys across Chrome and Android platforms and creating easier, secure sign-ins for their users. Partners across the ecommerce, financial tech, and travel industries — along with other software providers — have already joined the passwordless journey with us.
Will passkey completely replace having a password?
Can I still use my password to sign-in after enrolling into passkey?
Do I have to set up a passkey on all my devices individually? Will there be separate passkeys on my phone and laptop?
If I’m trying to log in to a new device (like a computer at the library) and don’t have my phone with me to log in via passkey, is there any other way I can log in?
What is the account recovery process if I’m locked out and don’t have my phone, say it’s lost or broken and I can’t verify my identity?
Will I need to set up a passkey for other apps individually if they’re connected to my Google account?
How is passkey different from hardware security keys?
Is opting-into passkey mandatory?
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