The PalmSecure LOGONDIRECTOR Enterprise Edition identity management solution

Fujitsu launched the PalmSecure LOGONDIRECTOR Enterprise Edition, a fully scalable, centrally administered identity management solution integrates the Fujitsu PalmSecure palm vein authentication technology embedded into a PC mouse with software that seamlessly integrates with industry-leading single sign-on (SSO) solutions.

By combining highly accurate, non-intrusive biometric capabilities with SSO connectivity, LOGONDIRECTOR Enterprise Edition provides organizations across all industries with a multi-layered user authentication solution that enhances security and supports compliance with HIPAA, SOX, PCI DSS and other regulations.

PalmSecure LOGONDIRECTOR Enterprise Edition is centrally administered, allowing IT managers to seamlessly standardize security policies across the entire organization while also reducing implementation and training costs. PalmSecure LOGONDIRECTOR Enterprise Edition integrates with Active Directory and to be released databases, enabling cost-effective scalability and allowing users’ palm vein templates to be stored on existing servers. In large enterprise environment settings, this single repository is especially beneficial because users can log into the network from any laptop or PC without bringing their passwords with them, reducing the threat of lost laptops and other security concerns associated with employee travel.

By integrating advanced, vascular pattern recognition technology with any SSO solution to grant entry into password-protected applications, PalmSecure LOGONDIRECTOR Enterprise Edition eliminates the need for users to remember passwords, saving the IT helpdesk a substantial amount of time and money. This is equally beneficial when deprovisioning accounts. When an employee leaves a company, the IT department has just one credential to delete, reducing deprovisioning costs and preventing the exiting employee from using these accounts for malicious activity, something that is especially concerning in a down economy.

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