NW_20050426_en_Infosecurity Europe 2005_ VASCO to Introduce Strengthened Digipass Products Offerings to UK Corporate Network Access Market
London, UK – April 26, 2005 - VASCO Data Security (NASDAQ: VDSI: www.vasco.com), a global provider of enterprise-wide security products that support e-business and e-commerce, today announced that it will introduce its strengthened Digipass product line for the Corporate Network Access market to the UK market. For the first time ever, VASCO (booth # 375) will show Digipass Pack for Windows Networks, Virtual Digipass and Digipass Pack for AEP at Infosecurity Europe (April 26-28, Olympia Hall, London, UK).
Digipass Pack for Windows Networks brings best-of-breed authentication to secure the networks for all types of companies working in Microsoft Windows environments, from SME's with 100 users to Fortune 1000 corporations.
Virtual Digipass is based on the server and sends one-time passwords per text message (SMS) to the end user’s mobile phone. Virtual Digipass can be used as a back-up system for end users that have lost or forgotten their hardware Digipass, or as a primary authentication tool. Live demo’s will be available.
Digipass Plug-In for AEP is a native Digipass integration into AEP’s Flagship, Netilla Security Platform (NSP) SSL VPN. The joint product will be showcased at the booths of VASCO’s channel partners Wick Hill (booth # 512) and E92 Plus (booth # 441).
About VASCO: VASCO designs, develops, markets and supports patented user authentication products for the financial world, remote access, e-business and e-commerce. VASCO’s user authentication software is delivered via its Digipass hardware and software security products. With over 15 million Digipass products sold and delivered, VASCO has established itself as a world-leader for strong User Authentication with over 370 international financial institutions and approximately 1,700 blue-chip corporations and governments located in more than 80 countries.
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