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Authentication

In the context of bonds, refers to the validation of a bond certificate.

Authentication

A legal certification that a document is genuine. In business, this is especially applied to bonds, showing that an issue was legitimate.
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Diversinet's MobiSecure products and services leverage more than two billion existing mobile devices and PCs as strong authentication tokens.
The integration of the Rainbow iKey authentication token for secure communications into applications such as instant messaging represents a new step in the evolution of secure, real-time business-to-business communications," said David M.
Rainbow's iKey is the industry's leading family of USB-based authentication tokens, and is available in versions for platforms including end-to-end Web security, Microsoft Windows 2000, public key infrastructure (PKI), and FIPS 140-1 Level 2 certified high assurance environments.
the iKey is the world's market share leader in USB authentication tokens with a 50 percent market share (the market was measured at $7.
According to IDC, Rainbow's share of the USB authentication token market accounted for 35 percent or $2.
The integrated solution features Celo's CeloCom Web tool for secure Internet commerce and Rainbow's iKey authentication token.
This solution is well suited for companies looking to deploy a low cost hardware-based authentication token to supplement or replace existing password-based schemes.
For the first time, users can logon with a combination of password, the Lenovo Fingerprint Reader or the RSA SecureID SID800 two-factor authentication token, before the system has completed the boot process.
Today, once a maintenance worker has reviewed the Red Tags, they simply contact the clearance station by radio or phone, switch on CRYPTOCard's RB-1 authentication token and enter their PIN (something only they know).

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