Next generation, two-factor authentication specialist, SecurEnvoy, will be exhibiting at Infosecurity Europe 2007, from 24-26 April.
SecurEnvoy will be demonstrating SecurAccess, its patented product that provides strong, tokenless two-factor authentication for users logging on to company networks. Instead of using tokens or smartcards, the second factor is a passcode sent via SMS to the users mobile phone - eliminating password and token management problems, and countering social engineering attacks.
On the stand, SecurEnvoy will also be demonstrating SecurPassword, which enables Microsoft Windows domain users to reset their own password, using mobile-phone based two-factor authentication. This significantly reduces the costs associated with calling the help desk.