Dec. 9, 2011
-- With the rapid development of electronic exchanges in all sectors, it is fundamental that the various actors interacting with an information system can be authenticated, meaning that their identity is proven.
When it comes to the implementation of an authentication strategy, organizations face a range of situations that are varied and complex. Users needing authentication have diverse profiles (individual or corporate clients, collaborators, partners, etc.), and wish to complete transactions that involve varied levels of security (from consulting information to the establishment of a multi-million euro contract).
Fortunately, the enterprise has access to a wide range of authentication methods (simple passwords, certificates, digital imprints…) to respond optimally to each usage case, depending on the sensitivity of the transaction, the type of population addressed, and the expected level of user-friendliness. The list of available methods is adjustable, in order to keep abreast of technological progress and developments in fraud protection.
In this new white paper, Dictao takes an in-depth look at the spectrum of issues that organizations face when implementing an authentication strategy in today’s world, as well as Dictao’s proven solutions to these hurdles. It details how to implement a single authentication platform that can evolve to meet future needs, and operate using a wide range of authentication methods. With this solution, users can rely on an authentication process that is simple and adapted to circumstances, while also allowing the enterprise to optimize costs and manage risk.
To request this white paper, and learn more about Dictao and its world-class products, please visit www.dictao.com/
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About Dictao – www.dictao.com
Dictao is a benchmark publisher of software solutions for strong authentication and electronic signatures. We conceive of, design and market solutions that provide the functions crucial to establishing security and trust in a dematerialized world: user authentication, binding electronic signatures, the generation of transaction proof, and archiving for legal purposes.