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Out With the Old … Entrust Announces Mobile and Soft-Factor Authentication Program to Meet FFIEC Guidance and Hard Token Replacement

DALLAS July 13, 2011 Entrust

IdentityGuard

FFIEC Entrust President and CEO Bill Conner

By selecting the award-winning Entrust IdentityGuard platform to replace an outdated hard-token model, organizations have the ability to address logical security needs, as well as physical security and mobile security.

Through its software multi-factor versatile platform, Entrust IdentityGuard 10.0 brings together security solutions for these three distinct, yet closely knit worlds. Users can easily manage and deploy a comprehensive range of unique authenticators simultaneously which can be issued based on specific requirements, associated risk and cost. Organizations can also adjust security in real-time to meet the quickly changing threat landscapes or future regulatory requirements.

As the only authentication platform that fully enables today’s leading mobile platforms for business, Entrust IdentityGuard 10.0 enables the rapidly growing number of mobile devices that connect to corporate networks. Using the platform, users can easily register their mobile device through the Entrust IdentityGuard Self Service Module and have a digital ID downloaded directly onto their device. Additionally, through the Smart Credentials offered under Entrust IdentityGuard 10.0, organizations have the ability to simplify the issuance and management of Smart Cards to better integrate and secure physical and logical security.

Dec. 23, 2011

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