Arlington, VA, USA – May 25, 2005 – SCB Solutions, a software leader in smart card and biometric technology, today announced that Technology & Business Magazine awarded a 4 star rating to SCB Access, a cutting-edge Single Sign-On (SSO) application.
SCB Access™ is an affordable solution for Secure Logon and Single Sign-On applications. A user can access a PC or an application by inserting a smart card and a PIN code. With SCB Access™, user names and passwords are securely encrypted and stored on a smart card. User names and passwords are then submitted automatically to the appropriate applications. Users need to remember only one password to unlock their smart card. All the others can be forgotten; no more need for unsafe stickies to remember their passwords.
“System was very neat,” wrote Matt Tett of Technology & Business Magazine, “installation and configuration was a breeze.”
"It is an honor to be recognized by Technology & Business Magazine," said Ronan Lapie, president of SCB Solutions. "The magazine's recognition of SCB Access reconfirms SCB Solutions’ approach to not only enhancing security, but providing products that turn strong identification and authentication into a positive experience for the end-user. We are excited by the tremendous attention SCB Access has received throughout the industry."
About SCB Solutions, Inc.
SCB Solutions, Inc. is a provider of biometric, smart card and identity technologies. The company portfolio includes integrated biometric and smart card applications and products for the education, healthcare and enterprise markets. SCB Solutions' offerings include SCB Access™ logical access, secure logon and single sign-on applications, and Sm@rtSite™, an integrated multi-application smart card system with modules for card management, identification, payment services, security and loyalty. The SCB Solutions consulting practice is designed to provide strategic, technological and logistical support to enterprises considering new identification and authentication.
SCB Access™ (SCB Secure Logon and SCB Single Sign-On) was submitted to Technology & Business Magazine by SCB Solutions’ distributor in Australia. To view the complete article published on April 29, 2005, visit http://www.zdnet.com.au/insight/security/0,39023764,39190033,00.htm