An increasingly substantial amount of organizational and personal information is being migrated and accessed online more than ever before in the digital age of today. Technology has undoubtedly brought convenience to a large extent in how we handle information, with the capacity, speed, connectivity and generation of information, in combination with rising costs, increasingly affecting all governmental, organizational and personal domains.
But with this progressively greater dependence on technology which has changed the face of global processes down to our personal digital identities, so too has the matter of the security of information. As the distinction of the location and accessibility of information is blurred, affected corporations and individuals are concerned about the vested confidence put into the care of information: What information is accessible and supposedly non-accessible? No longer where and when, but who has access to such information? How can we be assured that only the appropriate person or persons has access to that information?
The rapid progression of technology has made safekeeping measures of information difficult to keep up with, and malicious entities have not been slow to take advantage of the weaknesses and vulnerabilities in the security of information. Many high-profile data breaches have emerged and reportedly cost a significant amount financially and in resources (consider the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report for examples), but many breaches have remained undisclosed to the public, and a number may have occurred without even the knowledge of those breached. Amassed statistics on data and intellectual property loss owing to various factors are scarce due to the nature of data breaches, but allegedly in the order of 600 to 1000 breaches have been reported over 2006 to 2012, a momentous economic cost in the loss in organizational-critical data. Prominently, conventional safeguard measures cannot and should not be considered effective alone in securing confidential and critical information.
SecuTech's authentication solutions provide an array of sophisticated and robust authentication of users, ensuring the protection of information through access is met whether cost, transparency or security is priority. SecuTech employs advanced and thoroughly-tested technologies, provide compatibility with numerous industry-approved standards, and are highly secure and resilient for everyday use.
Smart Card Authentication
Offers highly-secure authentication through the use of smart card technology. Employment of industry standards, secure storage on-board and movement of cryptographic processes from the host to the device itself ensures highly-secure authentication and storage for users who require advanced authentication solutions.
One-time Password Authentication
Conventional verification procedures combined with one-time password (OTP) authentication enable highly secure authentication, while still having intuitive deployment and use. Hardware-based OTP generator solutions range from of either ease of use to high-security oriented types, while software-based OTP generator solutions are for minimal deployment cost, yet equally effective OTP operation.