SafeNet Authenticators — Tokens, Smart Cards & Form Factors
Offering the broadest range of authentication methods and form factors, SafeNet allows customers to address numerous use cases, assurance levels, and threat vectors with unified, centrally managed policies—managed from one authentication back end delivered in the cloud or on premise.
Supported authentication methods include context-based authentication combined with step-up capabilities, OOB, one-time password (OTP) and X.509 certificate-based solutions. All authentication methods are available in numerous form factors, including smart card, USB token, software, mobile app, and hardware tokens.
SafeNet Authentication Tokens:
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Generate dynamic one-time passwords (OTPs) for properly authenticating users to critical applications and data, whether on an authentication token, mobile device, or grid-based authentication.
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SafeNet's OTP Products:
eToken PASS: A compact and portable strong authentication device that allows organizations to conveniently and effectively establish OTP-based access control. Learn More
eToken 3500: An innovative banking token that combines secure transaction signing and OTP strong authentication, enabling financial services organizations to significantly reduce the risk of online financial fraud. Learn More
GOLD Challenge Response: Designed to protect identities and secure access, SafeNet’s GOLD authenticator is a highly effective two-factor OTP device that offers the added security of PIN protection and challenge response. Learn More
Certificate-Based USB Authentication Tokens
SafeNet’s certificate-based USB authenticators enable secure remote access as well as other advanced applications including digital signing, password management, network logon, and combined physical/logical access in a single USB token.
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SafeNet's USB Tokens
eToken PRO: A USB-based authenticator that provides strong user authentication and cost-effective password management. Learn More
eToken PRO Anywhere: The industry’s first clientless smart card USB authentication device, combining the strength of certificate-based strong authentication with the simplicity and mobility of one-time passwords. Learn More
eToken 5100: A portable two-factor USB authenticator with advanced smart card technology. It utilizes certificate based technology to generate and store user credentials inside the protected environment of the smart card chip. Learn More
eToken 5200: A zero footprint USB authenticator that provides users with secure access to web-based applications, SSL VPNs, cloud applications, and web-based portals from any computer without need for client software. Learn More
iKey 4000: A USB-based multi-factor authenticator with optional match-on-card biometric functionality. It provides secure PKI, multi-factor authentication for remote access, verification, signing, and encryption. Learn More
Certificate-Based Smart Cards
SafeNet’s range of certificate-based smart cards offer strong multi-factor authentication in a traditional credit card form factor and enable organizations to address their PKI security and access control needs.
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SafeNet's Smart Cards:
eToken PRO Smart Card: A certificate-based strong authentication solution that enables strong user authentication, password management, secure digital signatures, and data security solutions. Learn More
eToken 4100: Ensures authorized user access to sensitive corporate networks and online business applications and offers support for advanced solutions such as digital signature and pre-boot authentication. Learn More
Smart Card 400: Allows for a higher level of security by offering wide application support, biometric capabilities, and secure crypto key storage. Learn More
Smart Card 650: The most secure certificated-based smart card available today. The Smart Card 650 securely stores users' authentication credentials and supports key generation and storage, encryption/decryption, & digital signing. Learn More
uSmart Card 650: Integrates the Smart Card 650 (SC650) and Trust Platform Module (TPM) functionality in a micro SD form factor targeted for government mobile devices. Learn More
SafeNet’s advanced and innovative hybrid authenticators offer versatility and flexibility by combining one-time password, encrypted flash memory or certificate-based technology on the same strong authentication device.
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SafeNet's Hybrid Authenticators:
eToken NG-FLASH: Combines the high security of smart card-based technology in a USB authentication device with the benefits of encrypted flash memory. Learn More
eToken NG-FLASH Anywhere: A clientless zero footprint certificate-based authentication device that offers up to 16 GB of encrypted flash drive storage. Learn More
eToken NG-OTP: Combines one-time password capabilities and secure portable credential storage in a single USB authenticator. Learn More
iKey 1000: A USB device that can generate and store user credentials, such as private keys and digital certificates, inside the protected environment of the smart card chip. Learn More
eToken 3400: Ensures secure remote access to corporate resources and applications by generating a dynamic one-time passcode which is keyed into the login screen instead of a password. Learn More
eToken 7300: A certificate-based authentication solution that securely stores data and applications on up to 64GB of encrypted flash memory. Learn More
Mobile Phone & Software Authentication
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To contend with the implications of heightened risks, mobile device proliferation, and cloudbased service adoption, organizations will become increasingly reliant on authentication—but the tactical approaches applied in the past will no longer suffice.
The sports and entertainment organization chose SafeNet Authentication Manager (SAM), SafeNet’s versatile authentication server, with two types of authenticators—MobilePASS software authenticators and eToken PASS hardware tokens.
A significant number of high profile security breaches have occurred recently, bringing the organizations affected to the front pages of the business press. These events have had a negative impact on the public image of these companies, and may also have a harmful effect on their business. These incidents have caused the CIOs of many companies to reevaluate their info-security strategy in general, while also placing specific focus on their user authentication and transaction security requirements.