HID ActivClient middleware for smart cards and USB token

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: HID
  • Model code: ActivClient
  • Reader Types: Smart Card
  • Central / Remote Monitoring: Yes
  • Import/Export of Information: Yes
Additional info:

HID ActivClient security application ensures strong authentication of employees, contractors and suppliers when they access enterprise resources to help IT managers, security professionals and auditors manage the risk of unauthorised access to workstations and networks. With ActivClient, organisations can go beyond simple passwords to deploy the best Identity Assurance solution for their environment – choosing from a range of credential options, including Smart Cards and USB Tokens, they can authenticate users to a wide variety of desktop, network, cloud and productivity applications. ActivClient consolidates identity credentials (private keys for public key infrastructure [PKI] certificates and symmetric keys for one-time password (OTP) generation) on a single secure, portable device.

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Make HID
Manufacturer HID Global
Model code ActivClient
Reader Types Smart Card
Central / Remote Monitoring Yes
Import/Export of Information Yes
Web-enabled software Yes
System Requirements Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2 (32- and 64-bit)
Additional info HID ActivClient security application ensures strong authentication of employees, contractors and suppliers when they access enterprise resources to help IT managers, security professionals and auditors manage the risk of unauthorised access to workstations and networks. With ActivClient, organisations can go beyond simple passwords to deploy the best Identity Assurance solution for their environment – choosing from a range of credential options, including Smart Cards and USB Tokens, they can authenticate users to a wide variety of desktop, network, cloud and productivity applications. ActivClient consolidates identity credentials (private keys for public key infrastructure [PKI] certificates and symmetric keys for one-time password (OTP) generation) on a single secure, portable device.
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