Making Security Stronger Yet Easier to Use
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Thursday, March 18, 2010 TIME: 17:00-18:00 CET, 12pm Eastern
The costs for strong authentication deployments scale with the number of users. Therefore, such infrastructures are usually restricted to business areas with increased security requirements. These frameworks and devices have to co-exist and often times integrate with less secure authentication mechanisms such as passwords. In addition, IT departments must maintain and manage multiple back end systems for each type of strong authentication in their environments.
In this webinar, Martin Kuppinger of KuppingerCole will outline approaches of different technologies for authentication – from the simple to the most complex methods. He will put this in the context of different business needs for authentication, depending on use cases and the sensitivity of information and transactions. There will also be a discuss focusing on the benefits of coupling strong authentication with enterprise single sign-on which can strengthen an organizations overall security position while providing end user convenience. Discussing the trends and market evolution will set the foundation for Passlogix’s presentation. Passlogix will discuss their view of the changing and emerging market of authentication solutions. They will also focus on the cost-effective and flexible solutions that they have developed that allow organizations to integrate various methods of strong authentication with enterprise single sign-on.
This webinar is sponsored by Passlogix.
Passlogix® is the developer of the v-GO Sign-On Platform, the market's most robust, scalable and easy-to-deploy enterprise single sign-on platform with successful installations in hundreds of organizations of all sizes and in all industries around the world. The company's patented intelligence-based technology eliminates lengthy and expensive implementation cycles, and provides rapid return on investment, by adapting to any existing infrastructure without the need for custom coding or replacement of legacy hardware or software.
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