Learn how WWPass solutions have helped our customers

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System administrators in this insurance company use the strength of WWPass Pro to securely access corporate resources using VMware® and Windows Remote Desktop.

After a series of very sophisticated cyber-attacks across the industry that provided hackers with access to personal information of both consumers and employees, this health industry provider clearly needed to identify and resolve their security vulnerabilities. One such vulnerability was the use of the existing username and password based authentication. WWPass hardware KeySets and WWPass Security Pack software were used as part of a certificate-based authentication solution to eliminate the use of usernames and passwords. Using their own Active Directory server and Certificate Authority, users of their system use a WWPass Key to securely logon to a virtual desktop infrastructure.

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IT Systems Integrator Support Team Uses the Convenience and Security of WWPass Key App to Streamline their Service Support Processes

An IT Systems Integrator Company needed a more secure and convenient authentication process for their BMC Remedy Service Support Management Tool for their 400 service desk operators. Complex password policies and constant resetting of passwords made the current username and password based authentication costly and cumbersome.

WWPass provided a custom solution that extends the infrastructure of the BMC Remedy management system integrated with IBM’s Security Access Manager (ISAM) to support WWPass authentication. A new authentication screen allows users of WWPass Key App (a mobile app) to log into their service support system on-site and remotely. An infrastructure was also put into place to allow new users to bind WWPass Key App to their account to make management of users and WWPass tokens easy. WWPass Key App is a mobile app that runs on iPhone iOS or Android operating systems.

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Mental Health Professionals use WWPass HIPAA compliant encrypted storage solutions to securely manage (store and access) sensitive medical documents.

Patient confidentiality is an absolute imperative across the medical community. The need to safeguard sensitive client information and comply with HIPAA requirements challenges all providers, but it is especially burdensome for small practices and individual practitioners. With no dedicated IT resources, individual practitioners can be distracted from patient care by the ongoing task of securing sensitive documents and data in a cost-effective and user-friendly manner.

To meet this need, a group of individual mental health practitioners turned to WWPass for guidance. The group implemented WWPass Security Pack which consists of several applications that allow doctors to meet data security needs. WWPass Personal Secure Storage provides private, encrypted, cloud-based storage solution for sensitive medical documents that is protected by profoundly secure authentication. WWPass Secure Journal provides a safe place to record session notes and patient histories. Email can also be encrypted to protect confidential correspondence. To access these applications, practitioners use the WWPass Key replacing the traditional user login that is subject to hacking, phishing and other breaches.

The end result is an affordable, HIPAA-compliant secure storage environment that is easy to implement.

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Clients of this B2B company, a provider of practice management software for CPA firms and financial organizations, use WWPass authentication for single sign-on access through Windows Remote Desktop Services to streamline application accessibility.

This B2B company provides access to its services using Windows RemoteApp architecture. Clients get an application window on their monitors as if the application is running on their local computers. External access utilizes Windows Remote Desktop Gateway service which requires only standard 443 port for SSL-encrypted connection. To start an application, user clicks on RDP icon on the desktop, connects its WWPass key and provides an access code (PIN). Windows Single-Sign-On transparently connects the user through Remote Desktop Gateway directly to the Application. Once a user has completed their tasks with the application, the system can be configured to close the application by simply removing the WWPass Key.

In order implement the functionality, private two-tier PKI framework was deployed with Windows Enterprise Issuing CA and extremely lightweight offline Linux Root CA.

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Document management solutions provider chooses WWPass for Authentication.

A company that develops document management solutions to be used is security critical environments was not satisfied with the level of security provided by usernames and passwords and sought out a replacement authentication technology. The company had a number of challenging requirements including support for multiple types of client application platforms, a seamless transition period and deep integration with the existing company products and services. In addition, the new technology was expected to be easy for everyday use.

WWPass implemented a custom solution that integrates with their products and replaces the existing username and password based authentication with WWPass authentication technology.

The solution supports WWPass Key and WWPass Key App, operates on multiple platforms (iOS/Android smartphone, tablet, and computer) and can be easily configured to match the requirements of a particular installation.

During a transition period, a system administrator could temporarily allow users to log in with their old credentials and bind WWPass Key or WWPass Key App to their accounts. The solution can automatically disable username and password access to a user account after binding to a WWPass Key.