Recommendation for a Large Enterprise

Recommendation for a Large Enterprise

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Multi-Factor Authentication Portfolio

Multi-Factor Authentication Introduction.

Multi-factor authentication serves a vital function within any organization -securing access to corporate networks, protecting the identities of users, and ensuring that a user is who he claims to be.

Evolving business needs around cloud applications and mobile devices, combined with rising threats, and the need to reduce costs, require entirely new considerations for access control.

Hardware Security Modules (HSMs)

What is a Hardware Security Module?

A hardware security module (HSM) is a dedicated crypto processor that is specifically designed for the protection of the crypto key lifecycle. Hardware security modules act as trust anchors that protect the cryptographic infrastructure of some of the most security-conscious organizations in the world by securely managing, processing, and storing cryptographic keys inside a hardened, tamper-resistant device.

Why Use Hardware Security Modules?

Enterprises buy hardware security modules to protect transactions, identities, and applications, as HSMs excel at securing cryptographic keys and provisioning encryption, decryption, authentication, and digital signing services for a wide range of applications.

SAS - Authentication Service - OTP platform

Building on award-winning SafeNet Authentication Service, SMARTJAC is now offering SafeNet Trusted Access, a new access management service that makes it easy to manage cloud access with cloud single sign-on, scenario-based access policies and multi-factor authentication—all from the same management platform.

SAS - Authentication Service - Made Easy

Building on award-winning SafeNet Authentication Service, SMARTJAC is now offering SafeNet Trusted Access, a new access management service that makes it easy to manage cloud access with cloud single sign-on, scenario-based access policies and multi-factor authentication—all from the same management platform.

How Identity and Access Management (IAM) Works in the Cloud

Building on award-winning SafeNet Authentication Service, SMARTJAC is now offering SafeNet Trusted Access, a new access management service that makes it easy to manage cloud access with cloud single sign-on, scenario-based access policies and multi-factor authentication—all from the same management platform.

How Continuous Authentication Is Enhancing Cloud Access Management

Building on award-winning SafeNet Authentication Service, SMARTJAC is now offering SafeNet Trusted Access, a new access management service that makes it easy to manage cloud access with cloud single sign-on, scenario-based access policies and multi-factor authentication—all from the same management platform.

Cloud Security: Secure Data in Any Cloud Environment

Cloud Security: Secure Data in Any Cloud Environment

SMARTJAC Smart Card Management Tool Box

Java Card technology provides a secure environment for applications that run on smart cards, sim cards and other trusted devices with limited memory and processing capabilities. Multiple applications can be deployed on a single card, and new ones can be added to it even after it has been issued to the end user. Java Card also includes a set of unique tools for developing new products.

Data Protection On Demand - DPOD

Deploy and manage key management and hardware security module services, on-demand and from the cloud.

Trusted access and Smart Single Sign-On

Trusted access and Smart Single Sign-On to all your apps with SafeNet Trusted Access, identity-as-a-service.

Authentication-as-a-Service

SafeNet Authentication Service (SAS) delivers fully automated strong authentication from the cloud, enabling organization to protect cloud-based and on-premises applications, from any device with user-friendly token options.

Authentication Management Platforms

Enterprise-grade authentication management platform enables secure access, network access, and PKI digital signing as well as extensive certificate lifecycle management.

Out-of-Band Authentication

OOB authenticators utilize external channels such as SMS or email to send dynamic passwords to users.

Pattern-Based Authentication

Pattern-based authentication allows end-users to generate a one-time password by entering numbers that correspond to a pre-defined pattern on the screen.

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