Certificate-based PKI USB Authenticators
SafeNet’s range of certificate –based (PKI) USB authenticators provides a broad and versatile offering for organizations, allowing them to architect for choice by selecting and centrally managing a range of different authentication solutions for diverse groups of users, depending on their usability needs and risk levels. SafeNet’s USB certificate-based authenticators can be used on any computer with a USB port and require no reader. They meet the highest security standards including FIPS 140-2 and Common Criteria, and enable compliance with security regulations including HIPAA, HSPD-12, SOX, GLBA, FFIEC, Basel II, PCI and HITECH.
SafeNet’s certificate-based USB authenticators enable remote access, network access as well as other advanced applications including digital signing, password management, network logon and proximity.
eToken PRO is a USB-based token that provides strong user authentication and cost-effective password management.
eToken PRO Anywhere
eToken PRO Anywhere is the industry’s first readerless smartcard USB token, combining the strength of certificate-based strong authentication with the simplicity and mobility of OTP.
iKey USB 4000
The iKey 4000 is a USB-based multi-factor authenticator with optional match-on-card biometric functionality. It provides secure PKI, multi-factor authentication for remote access, verification, signing, and encryption.
iKey 2032The iKey 2032 USB authenticator is a powerful, portable two-factor authentication device that is ideal for remote access, network access and certificate-based security application
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