Customers can now combine Toronto-based CRYPTOCard’s strong authentication and Waltham, MA-based Netegrity’s Web Access Control System to protect business information delivered through Web-based applications.
The companies said they will also work closely together on sales, marketing,
and support initiatives.
As an integrated solution, Netegrity’s SiteMinder Server now natively supports CRYPTOCard’s authentication capabilities. By enabling administrators to assign users either a username/password or a token card, organizations can now protect intranet and extranet applications–in full and in part–according to appropriate confidentiality levels.
“In the case of a Web application, the one-time password (provided by
tokens) assures more secure access, particularly when sensitive or
confidential information is being sent to a browser over the Web,” said
Michael Goulde, senior analyst at Patricia Seybold Group of Boston, MA.
“(CRYPTOCard’s) Java token opens up tremendous possibilities for providing a
highly secure single logon.”
“Adding support for CRYPTOCard to SiteMinder is an important step towards our
goal of enabling customers to choose the authentication scheme that is
appropriate for their business applications,” said Jim Rosen, vice president
of marketing at Netegrity.