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Videx recently released a new version of the CyberKey smart key. The CyberKey II looks nearly identical to the current RXD CyberKey and features a micro USB port that enables users to recharge the key from a computer, car charger, or any other compatible USB device. In addition, the CyberKey II may be updated directly from a computer without the need for a CyberLock communication device.
Additional features include:
•Memory for storage of over 10,000 access events •Can download audit trails from as many as 50 locks •Has both LEDs and a beeper, for visual and audio feedback
The CyberKey II recently won the "New Product Facility" award at the Worship Facilities Conference & Expo (WFX) in Atlanta. Jim McGowan comments, "The award has great meaning for us and we appreciate all the time and effort that went into the selection process. We are honored that the panel of judges recognized the CyberKey II as an innovative solution benefiting the house of worship market."
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Wave Systems Corp. (NASDAQ: WAVX) is delivering secured, verified access to networks leveraging Microsoft DirectAccess by protecting credentials in hardware. This functionality allows organizations running Windows 7 (and soon Windows 8) to enable Microsoft's DirectAccess in place of a conventional virtual private network -- and to do so without fear of credential theft. DirectAccess eliminates the need for users to input their name and password to connect to the network -- so it becomes much harder to steal them.
Microsoft is making modern access control one of the key pillars in its soon-to-be-released Windows 8 operating system, with provisions that allow for machine and user ID hardware-protected certificates for user authentication for remote access and strong machine network authentication.