help AG partners with Mi-Token
help AG to bring tailored security authentication solutions to Middle East enterprises
Information security consulting firm help AG, has added Mi-Token to its array of security products. The move to partner with Mi-Token is part of help AG's strategy to provide cost effective security solutions to enterprise consumers in the Middle East.
Through Mi-Token, help AG now offers customers a new, more efficient way of managing hard tokens or 'soft tokens' like one-time passwords via BlackBerry, Nokia, iPhone or SMS.
As security evolves, enterprise clients expect both hardware and software 'proof of identity' options. Mi-Token supplies simple, secure authentication for SSL VPN services, Outlook Web Access, Windows Logon and custom applications. Mi-Token differs from other providers in that there is up to 60% cost savings compared to other token providers.
Colin Bastable, Mi-Token CEO said: "We are excited to work with help AG to support our clients in the Middle East region. There is an increasing need for companies and government agencies to migrate their legacy authentication solutions to a more open and secure platform and Mi-Token and help AG can help make this transition securely and economically. Our clients are looking for new solutions because of recently announced seed file vulnerabilities from established vendors and the compelling need to install more flexible and user-friendly authentication management solutions."
Mi-Token offers a more adaptable and responsive security posture for these clients and we are excited to bring them to the region," said Stephan Berner, managing director, help AG.
Berner adds that help AG will act as Mi-Token's sole partner in the region to bring tailored authentication solutions to enterprise businesses enabling them to evolve securely with a competitive edge.