Access Smart® Improves Cybersecurity with Power LogOn – Multifactor Password Manager for Business.
Ladera Ranch, CA – Nov 10, 2015 – Access Smart, LLC today announced that the Power LogOn software now supports all versions of Windows 10 and Internet Explorer 11. Power LogOn – multifactor password manager for business, adds an extra layer of cybersecurity during the initial logon process to Windows 10/IE11 with an efficient authentication solution. Now IT can keep passwords secure, and employees don’t have to manage passwords.
A cyber-attack can cost a company about $248 per record stolen. That’s why cybersecurity must start before the firewall. Power LogOn complements computer logon by adding on a security-enhanced password manager. The greatest cyber threat to any company is employee managed user names and passwords. To access the power of Windows 10/IE11, employees don’t need to type in their user name and password. By removing this cybersecurity vulnerability, Power LogOn puts the control of sensitive data back in the hands of IT professionals where it belongs. Read More→
Data Security first starts with Data Privacy
Last week I had meetings with aids of Senator Boxer (D-CA), Senator Feinstein (D-CA), Congressman Becerra (34th Dist., CA), Deputy Secretary Bruce Andrews (U.S. Dept. of Commerce), and finally the leadership for the U.S. House Small Business to discuss my concerns about data privacy and why I support the LEADS (Law Enforcement Access to Data Stored Abroad) Act of 2015. Read More→
I’m excited to announce that Power LogOn Administrator Starter Kit is available on Amazon. After placing Power LogOn on Amazon, I asked a number of our users if they wouldn’t mind adding a comment and a rating. We received great testimonials and more are coming in daily. While I write about how passwords are secure – but the way they are managed isn’t – it is important to hear from actual users about the problems they were facing and how Power LogOn helped them.
IT Professionals love Power LogOn because it’s fast, easy and customizable.
From Mr. Cervantez, IT Installer Professional: I’m an IT pro and have installed it on my clients Windows Server 2008 along with 6 Windows 7 Pro workstations. It’s been about 1 yr and both doctors love it, they go from exam room to exam room insert their smart card into a slot on the Dell keyboard/smart card reader and securely logs them in, and when they’re finished with their patient they remove the card and the computer securely locks. Everything is customizable and the company has excellent support if you ever need it. Highly recommend it.
GSA Schedule Contract Awarded to Access Smart® to purchase of multifactor cybersecurity IT products.
Ladera Ranch, CA – June 2, 2014 – Access Smart, LLC, a leading supplier of logical access control solutions (LACS), wins a General Service Administration (GSA) schedule contract. As the US Government announces new cybersecurity regulations, Access Smart is proud that our Power LogOn® enterprise password management solution is now available to government sectors to address these regulations.
This contract will enable government agencies and the Department of Defense (DoD) procurement officials streamlined access to purchase a multi-factor authentication password manager that quickly integrates with existing CAC, PIV and CIV credentials. Power LogOn is FIPS 140-2 validated that uses AES-256 and SHA-256 encryption, password “salting” and builds upon an agency’s existing cyber infrastructure.
CAC – Cyber Security for the Business Owner
Access Smart announces the release of their new CAC (Cyber Access Control) Magazine. CAC is an online magazine for business owners, professionals and any other non-techies who want to understand the threats, the risks and the costs associated with computer and network (cyber) security. It is often said that a strong offense is a great defense. Business owners need to know the whos, hows and whys of cyber security in order to mount that great defense. Data is the new world currency.
Everyday more and more news sites flood the headlines about cyber-attacks. It doesn’t matter if it’s done by hackers, organized criminals, government agencies or your own employees stealing the data; by law, your company is liable for protecting customers’ private information. Read More→