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Sensible Vision's FastAccess(TM) is a powerful yet simple solution that uses patent-pending biometric facial recognition to automatically and continuously authenticate user log-in and instantly secure the computer when the user leaves.
Most importantly, none of these approaches offers continuous security: they simply authenticate the user at initial login.
CRYPTO-Server's CRYPTO-Web component makes it simple for Tiger and Panther users to utilize the exact same ATM-style log-on protocol to positively authenticate themselves to Apache and IIS Websites, right down to the page level.
Winner of numerous prestigious honours, including the "Best of Show," award at Macworld 2004, CRYPTOCard positively authenticates a user's identity by coupling something in the user's possession (a smart card, hardware token, or software token), with something the user knows (their PIN), and provides centralized authentication for all physical and network access regardless of network infrastructure or user location.
An organization cannot guarantee system security if it cannot authenticate each individual user, and with the introduction of CRYPTO-Logon, CRYPTO-Server makes this a simple process for the fast-growing number of Linux users," MacTaggart continued.
A user simply enters their PIN ("One-PIN-and-You're-In") to authenticate against the CRYPTO-Server and removes their multi-function smart card or USB token to log off.
An organization cannot guarantee system security for itself or its partners if it cannot authenticate each individual user, and CRYPTO-Server 6.
Understanding that an organization cannot guarantee a system security if it cannot positively authenticate each individual user, CRYPTOCard has developed a fully-integrated authentication solution specifically designed for Tiger and Panther," commented Malcolm MacTaggart, President & CEO, CRYPTOCard Corporation.
CRYPTOCard's CRYPTO-Logon feature makes it easy for OS X users attempting to gain secure LAN, Web, or remote access to the system to authenticate themselves to the CRYPTO-Server by simply inserting their smart card and entering their PIN.
This is due to the fact that most networks today allow computers unencumbered access to the core services required in order to authenticate and verify the systems.

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