CRYPTOCARD

AcronymDefinition
CRYPTOCARDCrypto Coprocessor Integration Into High-Security IC Card
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With the acquisition of Cryptocard, SafeNet significantly enhances its market leading authentication portfolio, providing both enterprises and service providers with one of the most advanced authentication-as-a- service (Auth-as-a-Service) offerings in the marketplace.
Cryptocard's platform will provide an opportunity for mobile and telecom service providers, as well as IT system integrators and service providers, to rapidly introduce Auth-as-a-Service and authentication solutions to their end users.
Cryptocard, with headquarters in Canada and the UK, will also benefit from SafeNeta[euro](tm)s global presence allowing the introduction of its products in the Asia-Pacific and broader EMEA and Americas regions.Country: UK, CanadaSector: IT/Online ServicesTarget: CryptocardBuyer: SafeNet Inc
Paul Preston, CRYPTOCard; Richard Carty, NetShield; Arun Chauhan, Joint Head, Challinors Fraud Department David Alexander, Smith & Williamson; Grahame Woodward, Grahame Woodward Associates; Douglas Houghton, Solicitor, Challinors.
The company said that its new offering, CRYPTOCard ICE (In Case of Emergency) is available either as a server-based solution or as a cloud-based solution and allows businesses to arrange to have a pool of 'frozen' software or SMS two-factor authentication (2FA) tokens that can be issued to users within minutes.
Mashreq Bank, one of the largest banks in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has implemented a 2 Factor Authentication solution called CRYPTO-Shield 2 FA from CRYPTOCard for its corporate customers, which provides high levels of security for online access with a simple user experience.
Mashreq Bank, a leading bank in the UAE, has implemented a 2 Factor Authentication solution called Crypto-Shield 2 FA from CryptoCard, which provides high levels of security for online access with a simple user experience.
Summary: Rolls out CRYPTOCard's 2FA Authentication technology with help of Bulwark Technologies
Mashreq Bank has decided to use a 2 Factor Authentication (2FA) solution called CRYPTO-Shield 2 FA from CRYPTOCard for its corporate customers, which apparently provides high levels of security for online access with a simple user experience.
Depending on the complexity of your network, you may need more sophisticated protection, such as AirDefense (www.airdefense.net), CRYPTOCard (www.cryptocard.com), or LucidLink (www.lucidlink.com).
The CRYPTOCard authentication engine only permits access to users able to provide a one-time-use password generated by their CRYPTOCard token.