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Access Enterprise Portable Security Device Management

MXI Security : 14 January, 2011  (New Product)
Control of secure USB devices and digital identity applications in the enterprise is catered for with the latest release of Access Enterprise Server from MXI Security
MXI Security announces the release of Access Enterprise 4.0 – MXI’s enterprise management software.



Access Enterprise (AE) is a management system for portable security devices. Supporting the full range of Stealth Key and Stealth HD devices offered by MXI, AE is the ideal solution for controlling secure USB devices, whether they’re used for secure portable storage, Stealth Zone Secure USB Desktops, or digital identity applications.



New to AE 4.0 is the much anticipated release of AE server. With Access Enterprise Server, deployment becomes highly scalable, allowing users to self-issue devices right at their desks while maintaining full adherence to predefined security policies. These policies can be updated at any time, even over the Internet.



An industry first, the AE Server uses direct device communication through a NIST SP800-56A certified, authenticated secure channel. Unlike lesser server solutions, client software on the host does not translate server policies and then apply them to devices – the server directly applies policies to devices for true security and policy immunity to host-resident malware.



Features of AE Server include: distributed issuance, remote device revocation, user self-rescue, remote policy updates, over-the-network device software and firmware updates and policy groups with Microsoft Active Directory integration.



AE Server’s user self-rescue feature ensures that devices remain accessible, even if a user forgets their password or damages their fingerprint. Conversely, device revocation allows compromised devices to be blocked or even have their data erased remotely, preventing data leakage.



“Access Enterprise 4.0 meets the needs of our government and corporate customers looking for an easier and faster way to seamlessly deploy thousands of portable security devices across their organizations” says Lawrence Reusing, CEO of MXI Security.
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