A world of passwords
A recent survey showed that nearly 65% of all users have to deal with an average of 4 to 10 passwords. As a results, passwords are either simple or difficult to memorize, and therefore users write them on a piece of paper for everyone to see.
The solution consists in using complex and specific passwords for each application, while avoiding to burden users with passwords impossible to memorize It makes sense and value to secure and to make easy applications access to your company.
Your information is important: protect it!
Two factors authentication
With ID>Pass, users must have two authenticators: a PIN code and a token such as a smartcard, an USB key or a fingerprint. It provides security in case of theft and contributes in making the users more responsible for their information security.
Users just have to insert their token and type the PIN code: they are right away and safely connected to their applications!
No need to remember complex or difficult to memorize passwords: they are now safely stored in the token.
Benefits for the help desk are tremendous: the waste of time due to password issues (omission, locked accounts, etc.) is highly reduced.
SSOBox: the passwords magic box
IDactis designed SSOBox: a container where information about application (application windows features, accounts, URL, etc.) are stored. Login and passwords are securely stored in the token. SSOBox are designed to match your needs:
The windows type is detected by default. It is either “Windows type” or “HTML form
Other applications, such as emulators, can be automated.
Your login and password automatically are provided to the application (highlighted in green).
Accounts can be viewed in the Administration.
Easy integration and LDAP compliant
ID>Pass is available on Corporate and Advanced Edition, according to your need:
Smart card: the best solution for unified security badge
Smart card is the easiest way to meet demand on unified security badge. On a single card you can group multiple technologies (Smart card secure chip, magstripe, and contact less antenna…). In fact, a lot of companies already use badges to:
It means that smart card can naturally integrate IT security. Then users have to possess their badge to get in and out of buildings: it is the guarantee that workstations are secured because smart card is required to start and launch applications.
You do not have to change your existing infrastructure: only badges have to be replaced. Two possibilities can be offered:
10 reasons to chose ID>Pass