Singapore Technologies Electronics Limited (ST Electronics) has deployed DigiSAFE Authentication Server (DAS) in the National Authentication Framework (NAF), providing government, enterprises and consumers a trusted second-factor authentication (2FA) platform to perform e-transactions securely and efficiently.
This marks a new milestone for ST Electronics’ integrated ICT capabilities, demonstrating its deep cybersecurity expertise and industry knowledge in providing high availability and fault tolerant authentication infrastructure solutions to effectively deal with cyber threats in digital identification.
Charles Fan, Chief Executive Officer of Assurity Trusted Solutions which operates the NAF said: “The DigiSAFE Authentication Server meets the NAF’s stringent security and availability specifications, and supports Assurity’s suite of industry standard 2FA solutions, namely, the OneKey hardware token, OneKey mobile app and SMS one-time pin (OTP).”
DAS has the capability to meet government and financial institutes’ stringent security and high availability specifications for digital identification. It is able to support both one-factor authentification (1FA) and 2FA operations using a variety of digital tokens like hardware and software tokens, mobile SMS OTP, and digital certificates. DAS can also be integrated with existing users’ identity stores such as the Windows Active Directory, enabling a seamless login experience for users and application developers.
“With our indigenous and robust DigiSAFE Authentication Server, ST Electronics is poised to deliver the next generation Digital Identity Management System,” said Ravinder Singh, President, ST Electronics.
DAS is being showcased at the CommunicAsia 2017 (Booth 1N3-01), from 23 to 25 May at Marina Bay Sands.
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