With DIGIPASS KEY 200, VASCO offers an innovative solution combining PKI-technology with secure USB mass storage. DIGIPASS KEY 200 offers PKI-based strong authentication and secure mass USB storage for mobile data security with physical access capability. DIGIPASS KEY 200 is used in conjunction with DIGIPASS CertiID™, VASCO’s PKI-based client software suite.
DIGIPASS KEY 200 is suited for use in corporate environments and for securing online banking applications. In enterprises it offers a solution for local and remote access to the network and business critical applications, locking of workstations, disk and file encryption, digitally signing e-mails and confidential documents, and mobile data security. In banking, DIGIPASS KEY 200 helps to comply with more stringent financial regulations (Sarbanes-Oxley, Basel II, HIPAA) and enhanced security requirements. PKI technology is used to digitally sign transactions. The possibility to store a secured browser on DIGIPASS KEY 200, offers new opportunities to banks to effectively combat phishing and man-in-the-middle attacks.
DIGIPASS KEY 200 combines the security of a smart card with the flexibility of a card reader. Digital certificates from any Certificate PKI-technology and secure USB storage all-in-one Authority (Entrust, Microsoft, VeriSign, IdenTrust, …) can be generated and stored on the device. The generation of private and public keys is managed on the device and the keys cannot be exported from the smart card.
Secure USB Storage and secure CD-ROM content update
DIGIPASS KEY 200 has three pre-defined memory partitions which cannot be altered by the user, making them highly secure.
The device also comes with a secure CD-ROM update solution enabling customers to update the read-only content of the DIGIPASS KEY CD-ROM drive.
Support RFID technology
DIGIPASS KEY 200 supports RFID technology. DIGIPASS KEY 200 combines physical access with logical access in one device. When using the contactless functionality of DIGIPASS KEY 200 a contactless transaction can be executed in a single step, multiple environments and applications are federated in a single end-user device.