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Did you know that besides the single sign-on capabilities Novell SecureLogin delivers, it also supports multi-factor authentication? That means you can not only deploy stronger passwords, but also require the use of more advanced authentication to protect workstations and applications. In the session, the presenters will detail how Novell SecureLogin can help you control user authentication on the basis of:
• Something the user knows (user name and password)
• Something the user has (proximity card, smart card, one-time password token device)
• Something the user is (biometric device)
In particular, the presenters will demonstrate how to integrate SecureLogin with a smartcard for network authentication, and then require the smart card and PIN to access a specific application.
To show how advanced authentication works in the real world, you will also hear how a regional medical group integrated biometrics with Novell SecureLogin and Novell ZENworks to secure 400 workstations and 100 tablets across several locations. In addition to showcasing how the integrated solution works in their environment, the presenter will also offer tips for avoiding common pitfalls.