Entrust IdentityGuard Virtual Appliance Deploys Two-Factor Authentication to Secure Access
DALLAS, TX: Entrust Datacard recently added a new member to its product family — Entrust IdentityGuard Virtual Appliance. The product expansion protects companies from frequent and industry-level cyber attacks that occur during the product enhancement of IT management. The new product secures user access in a broader way by providing organizations with two-factor authentication services and applications.
“With the Entrust IdentityGuard Virtual Appliance, enterprises have access to a simple to deploy solution that offers a broad range of authentication capabilities, including mobile push notifications – one of the most secure and convenient authentication methods available”, says Ryan Zlockie, Vice President, Entrust Datacard.
The identity and secure transaction technologies of Entrust Datacard has been highly accepted by several industries. Based on the increasing demand of consumers, citizens and employees the company provides secure and reliable authentication solutions across the global market. Entrust IdentityGuard Virtual Appliance streamlines the organization’s authentication procedures through an easy to use solution offering that enables them to gain efficiency on communications, cost effectively. The comprehensive solution leads companies to expand their revenue growth instead of investing time on getting help desk guidance from the internal IT departments to design and configure organization’s processing systems. Its self-service approaches support users to manage authenticators at real time within organizations.
The Virtual Appliance contributes to the line of authentication deployment options including IdentityGuard 11.0. It provides extended capabilities that help them to defeat new challenges which appear unnecessarily with digital, cloud and mobile applications. The latest version of the Entrust Datacard platform offers a wide-range of authenticators with extended technologies to protect identities and transactions of users. The solution endows secure access to online, cloud and mobile platforms and also maintains transparency by providing users an effortless experience.
“As we continue to expand our portfolio of authentication solutions, it’s important that we are able to provide our customers with the ability to choose the authentication deployment option that works best for their business,” says Ryan.
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