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We provide IT personnel with powerful tools for centralized management of all identity data and access controls. This integration facilitates seamless identity management across both local and cloud-based environments.

Our systems include advanced automation capabilities to streamline the management of access permissions. IT personnel can deploy role-based access controls that automatically update access rights as employees' roles change within the organization, minimizing manual oversight and boosting both accuracy and efficiency.

Lastly, we offer extensive training and educational resources to help employees grasp the significance of new security practices, fostering a cooperative culture and minimizing resistance to these protocols, thereby safeguarding organizational data assets more effectively.

Challenges Faced by IT Professionals in Managing Identity Security


The implementation of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) can sometimes be perceived as an added complexity by employees, potentially increasing their workload. IT personnel must address these concerns through patient explanations and training to ensure that employees understand and ultimately accept the new security measures.
Additionally, many companies operate multiple systems and applications, each with its own independent identity management protocols, leading to fragmented and inconsistent identity data and increased management complexity. Therefore, IT personnel need to find ways to integrate these systems to ensure a more consistent and efficient identity management system.


Before distributing computers to employees, integrate the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) into the certification process. This ensures hardware-level security and prevents unauthorized access. Installing endpoint device modules can further enhance protection for endpoint devices, ensuring security in a remote work environment.

Set up biometric authentication for VPN connections. When employees attempt to connect to the company’s internal network, they must undergo biometric verification using our fingerprint smart token login, ensuring verification of their identity.

Furthermore, we incorporate device control features to track and manage remote devices, ensuring they meet the company’s security standards. Provide configuration health check features to regularly assess the security status of employee devices, issuing warnings and recommendations for fixing any detected issues.

Security Risks of Remote Work


Employees using personal devices for work may lack adequate security measures when connecting to the company network. Personal devices used for remote work may not always have the necessary security software or updates, exposing the company’s network to potential malware attacks. Furthermore, remote work scenarios can complicate identity verification and authorization processes. If the company’s authentication systems are not sufficiently robust, this could allow hackers to exploit vulnerabilities and gain unauthorized access, heightening the risk of data breaches. Additionally, employees might also fall victim to identity spoofing attacks, where attackers could impersonate legitimate users to carry out malicious activities.


By implementing a whitelist mechanism, only pre-approved users can access and operate endpoint devices. This method ensures precise management of user permissions, significantly reducing the risk of unauthorized access and enhancing the security of the entire system.

Furthermore, enhanced security protocols with fingerprint biometric authentication can be deployed before device operation, minimizing the risk associated with unauthorized use and ensuring that only verified personnel can access critical systems.

We provide an integrated management system that allows manufacturing companies to easily manage numerous OT endpoint devices. This includes updating device authentication methods, adjusting whitelists, and monitoring device usage. Such a management system helps manufacturing companies ensure the security and efficiency of their endpoint devices.

Endpoint Security Issues of Connected OT Devices in Manufacturing Sector


In modern manufacturing facilities, numerous automated machines and sensors are connected to networks for monitoring and control. However, these connections also pose information security risks. Attackers may exploit vulnerabilities or weaknesses to infiltrate these endpoints, using them as a gateway to compromise additional equipment, steal sensitive data, or disrupt production processes, leading to production interruptions or product quality issues.
To safeguard manufacturing processes, it is crucial to take proactive measures to strengthen endpoint security, including encrypted communications, regular patch updates, enforcement of access control, and monitoring systems.



Your Security, Our Mission!

Our powerful identity protection solution is dedicated to safeguarding your identity information with utmost reliability. 
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