Keep your users’ accounts and your assets safe.
Secure Login can make any web-based login system
extremely secure and user-friendly. It works with the
MySmartKey app to provide two-factor authentication to
web-based email accounts, online shopping or banking
accounts, VPNs, social media accounts and other portals.
Have peace of mind about who is accessing your server.
Secure Access is an enterprise server-based technology that
introduces a two-factor authentication process for users
logging in to PCs or thin clients running on Windows Server
2008R2 architecture. Working with the MySmartKey app, you
can increase security without making your users memorise
complex passwords – all they need to log in is their smartphone.
Vierfire is creating connectors that allow enterprises to integrate Vierfire’s two factor authentication
technology into applications used by all personnel. Currently available are connectors for Microsoft’s Outlook Web App (OWA),
Remote Desktop Web Access (RD Web).
Connectors under development: Liferay, Sharepoint, Citrix, SAML2
Geolocation / Geo-fence
Vierfire offers as a standard technology feature, the ability to create ‘geo-fences’ so that your employees can only login to your web portal when they are in set locations as defined by the Systems Administrator. This feature can easily be switched on and off.
Each authentication event of every registered user is recorded giving the time, date, location so effective ‘use patterns’ can be recorded.
The safest way to store your files – anywhere you like!
SmartSafe Vault is an application that allows you to
create an extremely secure folder on your hard drive,
a network, on a disk or in the Cloud. Every file in the
folder is protected by its own one-time password. Encrypt,
secure and store your documents or your family photos in
ScreenLocker (coming soon)
This new application (Mac only) allows you to connect MySmartKey on your phone to your Mac computer. When you get up and walk away from your desk and your phone moves out of contact, Screen Locker ( a plain screen saver) appears so nobody can access your Mac while you are away.
When you return to your desk and place your phone next to your Mac, Screen Locker disappears and you can carry on where you left off.