RSA adds SchlumbergerSema smartcardsto SecurID
RSA Security has integrated its SecurID product with SchlumbergerSema's line of smart cards. The integration will save companies money by offering a single smartcard authentification system for access to buildings as well as to PCs and networks.
SecurID is a two-factor authentication system - meaning that it requires users to have something, usually a smart card or token, and to know something, like a password or PIN - used to securely log users on to applications or networks.
SchlumbergerSema has a strong smart card business that will complement RSA's two-factor authentication security technology, she said.
Customers can get to work on deploying systems using SecurID and SchlumbergerSema' smartcards immediately by contacting RSA, Liberti said. Pricing for such systems will depend on user requirements and the size of the deployment, she said.
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