The ID Control Server is a platform that is used to provide and manage all types of two-factor or three-factor authentications centrally, such as one-time passwords or the analysis of keystroke biometrics.
The web-based ID control management system enables all access points to be backed up centrally without great effort or high costs. This eliminates to a large extent the simple integration of the products found at the various end points, such as HandyID, MessageID, ID Control OTP Key or KeystrokeID.
Securepoint ID Control can be integrated into:
The ID Control Server offers administrators simple integration into the existing network infrastructure with the LDAP or active directory import interface. ID Control contains an integrated RADIUS server to handle the remote access authentication, using HandyID, MessageID and ID Control OTP Keys. You can manage the ID Control Server and the tokens at any time and from any location using a web browser.
The ID Control Server software can be executed with VMWare and is available for Windows 2003 and 2008 as well as for Linux systems such as Redhat, CentOS and Ubuntu.