In recent years, there has been a rise in the number of security incidents that have resulted in the compromise of intellectual property, data breaches, and identity theft.
There is growing concern among IT leaders over the rise in corporate espionage and Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) that originate from unauthorized local network access. Relying on simple passwords to protect employees’ computers and privileged workstations could put your organization at risk.
SafeNet Network Logon offers IT teams a full range of options to secure local network access. These include a choice of certificate-based and OTP strong authentication methods that operate in offline and connected mode. SafeNet Network Logon also offers the ability to create unique Windows domain logon profiles that can be securely stored on USB devices.
Gemalto’s broad choice of hardware and software form factors allow organizations to optimize secure access by deploying different authentication devices based on users’ risk profiles and usability needs.
SafeNet Network Logon supports Gemalto’s entire range of hardware and software OTP and certificate-based authenticators. It is fully integrated with SafeNet Authentication Manager, which provides IT administrators with a full suite of authentication management capabilities, including authenticator deployment, enrollment revocation, user self-service password reset, backup/restoration of user credentials, and a solution for users who lose or forget their tokens.
Supported Authentication Devices
Supported Operating Systems
Offers IT teams the choice of several authentication methods, technologies, and form factors to secure local network access
Allows organizations to centrally manage local and remote access with a single authentication server and implement more stringent security for privileged users
Allows the generation of temporary tokens for users who lose or forget their tokens (when used together with SafeNet Authentication Manager and SafeNet Authentication Client)
Offers network password management and administration capabilities, allowing users to manage their own devices
When using certificate-based USB devices, it is possible to:
Store multiple complex passwords and several profiles on a single authenticator, enabling users to access multiple resources with a single token
Create and store unique user profiles that generate randomized Windows domain passwords. By so doing, organizations can implement two-factor authentication for local network access without having to deploy a full PKI infrastructure
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