vSEC:CMS Comes to the AWS Marketplace

Date: 2019-09-30
Author: Joakim Thorén, CEO

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Working with our vSEC:CMS C-Series is easier than ever with the availability to deploy, personalize and manage user authentication credentials through the cloud in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace.

Deploying in AWS instead of on-prem gives fast scalability and excellent integrations with existing infrastructure like Cloud/SaaS HSMs (Hardware Security Modules) and CAs (Certificate Authorities). - AWS speeds up the whole processes of getting started to securely manage 2FA credentials.

The vSEC:CMS C-Series streamlines all aspects of credential management systems by connecting to enterprise directories, certificate authorities, physical access control systems, email servers, log servers, biometric fingerprint readers, PIN mailers and more. Users of the system can quickly and easily deploy physical and virtual smart cards, badges, and USB tokens (such as Yubikeys) to their employees. And now, vSEC:CMS enables personalization and management of these authentication credentials instantly from AWS.

Users of vSEC:CMS through AWS will realize better management of user credential lifecycles, smart cards and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) virtual smart cards, along with access to experienced support engineers. The system is secured by hardware included with the license, requiring no separate hardware security module (HSM). Installation is simple, offers a low total cost of ownership, and is easily scaled to meet current and future needs.

Operators of the system will find our connection guide available through the AWS Marketplace, as well as our support portal and additional documentation.

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