Multi-Factor Authentication Solutions
What is Multi-Factor Authentication?
Imagine when someone in your organization is trying to login into any business systems or network - that is authentication, one of the fundamental concept of IT security. But when someone lose his/her username and password, it means someone else can use them to login to any systems or network he/she is allowed to. Here is when multi-factor authentication comes into play.
Multi-factor authentication requires username/password and some other thing to prove the identity of each user and that's why it's called multi-factor. The thing might be a USB token, a smart card, a digital certificate, an one-time password or anything else depends on the use case, the level of security, the company's policy or the compliance policy.
OUR MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION SOLUTIONS
Gemalto, a World Leader in Digital Security
Gemalto delivers easy to use technologies and services to businesses and governments, authenticating identities and protecting data so they stay safe and enable services in personal devices, connected objects, the cloud and in between. http://www.gemalto.com/
Multi-factor authentication server for one-time password (OTP), certificate-based authentication, software authenticators, context-based authentication, etc. with full life cycle management for passwords and authenticators.
Wide range of one-time password (OTP) authenticators with different feature to suite different demand.
A multi-factor authentication solution that uses certificate-based PKI USB as authenticators.
Smart Cards and Smart Card Readers
A wide range of smart cards and smart cards readers for all requirements.
Software and Mobile Authenticators
A multi-factor authentication solution that uses mobile devices or PCs to authenticate the users.
Pattern-based Authentication Solution
A new authentication technology that delivers highly secure, dynamic password authentication solution for any online platform. Cost effective. No hardware required.
Key Management Solution
Gemalto can manage keys across heterogeneous encryption platforms, offering support for the Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) standard as well as proprietary interfaces. This way, security teams can uniformly view, control, and administer cryptographic policies and keys for all their sensitive data in the cloud, in storage, in databases, or anywhere else.
Hardware Security Modules
A dedicated crypto processor that is designed for the protection of the crypto key lifecycle. Hardware security modules act as trust anchors that protect the cryptographic infrastructure by securely managing, processing, and storing cryptographic keys inside a hardened, tamper-resistant device.
Certified Security Solutions: Certification Management
Certified Security Solutions (CSS) is a cyber security company that builds and supports platforms to enable secure commerce for global businesses connected to the Internet. https://www.css-security.com/
Certification Management System
The CSS CMS (Certificate Management System) enterprise certificate lifecycle management simplifies the design, deployment, monitoring, and management of trusted digital identities, making authentication scalable, flexible, and affordable.