Choosing Strong Authentication

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Choosing Strong Authentication

There are clear benefits to a company in providing remote access to the corporate network for their employees, customers and partners.  However, access to the corporate network through an extranet, remote access gateway (VPN) or Microsoft® Windows® desktop effectively opens a door to the organization's most sensitive assets, intellectual property and customer data.

The security of the network and desktops are only as strong as the authentication method implemented. In this webcast, Mike Moir, Entrust Product Manager, discusses what to look for when considering a strong second factor authentication solution.


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Mike Moir, Product Manager, Entrust

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Entrust provides trusted solutions that secure digital identities and information for enterprises and governments in 2,000 organizations spanning 60 countries. Offering trusted security for less, Entrust solutions represent the right balance between affordability, expertise and service. These include SSL, strong authentication, fraud detection, digital certificates and PKI.
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