Delivers authentication-as-a service with flexible token options, enabling a quick cloud migration and protecting data from any source – from cloud-based and on-premise applications to networks, users and devices.
OTP Authenticators. Generate dynamic one-time passwords (OTPs) for properly authenticating users to critical applications and data, whether on an authentication token, mobile device, or grid-based authentication.
Certificate-Based USB Authentication Tokens. Provide secure remote access as well as other advanced applications, including digital signing, password management, network logon, and combined physical/logical access.
Certificate-Based Smart Cards. Strong multi-factor authentication in traditional credit card form factors that enable organisations to address their PKI security and access control needs.
Hybrid Token Authentication. Authenticators that combine one-time password, encrypted flash memory or certificate-based technology on the same strong authentication device.
Mobile Phone and Software Based Authentication. Save on hardware and deployment costs, while users benefit by not having to carry an additional hardware token around with them.
SafeNet Authentication Management Products
SafeNet Authentication Manager. A comprehensive authentication server for securing local and remote access to numerous corporate resources using a single authentication back end.
SafeNet Authentication Manager Express. A one-time password (OTP) authentication solution that enables secure remote access to online resources.
MyID Card Management System. A Web-based management solution used to issue, manage and support SafeNet smart cards and USB tokens.
SafeNet Security Applications Products
SafeNet Authentication Client. A middleware client that manages SafeNet’s extensive portfolio of certificate-based smart cards, USB tokens, and software-based devices.
eToken Network Logon. A token-based solution for securing your employees’ PCs and preventing unauthorized access to your corporate network.
Multi-factor authentication ensures that a user is who they claim to be. The more factors used to determine a person’s identity, the greater the trust of authenticity. Multi-factor authentication can be achieved using a combination of the following factors:
Something You Know – password or PIN
Something You Have – token or smart card (two-factor authentication)
Something You Are – biometrics, such as a fingerprint (three-factor authentication)
Because multi-factor authentication security requires multiple means of identification at login, it is widely recognised as the most secure software authentication method for authenticating access to data and applications.
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About Blue Cube
The Blue Cube ethos is to offer fully independent and accurate advice providing the expertise, technology and management skills to help identify where to protect, what to protect and how to protect corporate IT resources and enable secure access for authorised users.