Cyber attacks continue to evolve- have you?
Want to know more about Mi-Token?
Authentication systems face an increasingly sophisticated range of attacks, from man-in-the-middle, to phishing exploits, trojans and DNS cache poisoning.
As a result, multi-factor authentication systems need to be smarter and more secure than ever before.
Designed for secure banking environments, Mi-Token uses a variety of innovations and techniques to deliver a robust protection regime that defends your organisation against threats posed by unauthorised access to your systems.
These features include proof of identity via highly secure 64 character strings, transaction level authentication, as well as optional integration with Hardware Security Module (HSMs) to protect keys, access lists and other sensitive data within a tamperproof environment.
Mi-Token: an advanced multi-factor authentication solution that offers unparalleled security, flexibility, cost-effectiveness and ease of use.
Using HSMs, Mi-Token also creates simple to manage authentication channels between your partner organisations and suppliers, allowing for controlled third-party secure access to your systems.
SSO via ADFS
Durable and guaranteed to remain so
Mi-Token provides a reliable and durable SSO solution for your Windows environment which is guaranteed to remain compatible with products like Exchange, SharePoint, O365 and Remote Desktop over time despite of the ongoing upgrades. The guarantee is based on tight ADFS integration via Mi-Token ADFS Plugin. When another major upgrade like Exchange Cumulative Update is released, you know in advance it has been tested with ADFS and won’t break the compatibility with the SSO solution.
OATH is an industry-wide collaboration to develop an open reference architecture by leveraging existing open standards for the universal adoption of strong authentication.
OATH is comprised of industry leaders working with other standards groups toward the propagation of ubiquitous strong authentication, enabling eBusiness and giving customers the confidence to conduct secure commerce and communication online.”
For more information please visit www.openauthentication.org