Posts Tagged: FIPS

Belkin Smart Card Reader Achieves FIPS 201 Certification

Federal Security Standard Assures Iron-clad Security and Reliability for Government Organizations Belkin Enterprise, a trusted leader of customer-driven computing solutions for office, IT infrastructure and mobile environments, today announced that its USB Smart Card and Common Access Card (CAC) Reader is now FIPS 201 (Federal Information Processing Standard Publication 201) compliant and is listed on… Read more »

Vendor Response to “Top Eight Priorities” in selecting a great tool for your telework program!

The Top Eight Priorities to Consider When Evaluating Video Conferencing Tools 1) Security – Security should be at the very core of the selection of any video conferencing system. You can easily begin your search by choosing from products that have met the strict standards set forth by NIST for FIPS 140-2, Level 1 Certification…. Read more »

FIPS 140-2, Level 1 Secure Virtual Meetings Are Here!

Security is Among The Top Priorities to Consider When Evaluating Video Conferencing Tools – FIPS 140-2, Level 1 Security Is Here! Making a decision on which Video Conferencing tool provides the best solution for your needs has become increasingly more difficult, because there are so many vendors in this space, and new vendors are entering… Read more »

Security of Multi-Factor Authentication by Larry Hamid

Since user authentication is the front line of security, the stronger it is the better. In this article I want to discuss multi-factor authentication and why it is stronger than just a single factor. Proving your identity involves using one or more of three possible factors: • Knowledge (passwords, PINs, etc.)• Possession (driver’s license, token,… Read more »