Category Archives: Case Study

UNN embrace secure identification for remote access

Provider of press services UNITED NEWS NETWORK uses tokenless two-factor authentication via mobile phones. Originally UNN utilised a token-based authentication method that the call centre team used to log into the internal terminal server. To secure their remote working team … Continue reading

Remote working is now the norm for users in Gemeente Amersfoort

In Amersfoort municipality Telecommuting is classified as a ‘ hot topic ‘. In the short term, all employees are able to access municipal information . Access to each type of device, anywhere and anytime’ The municipality of Amersfoort uses the … Continue reading

Cost and Security are the deciding factors

After concerns over the security process for its remote workers and a need to be more efficient, Chorley Council has brought in a way for staff to log on to their corporate network, to access systems when out of the … Continue reading

Not-for-profit organisation switches to tokenless authentication with savings of around 30,000 euros

London, July 24th, 2013 – Providing employees with remote access secured only by a user name and password? The non-profit organisation CfBT Education Trust decided that such an approach was no longer secure enough, so the technology specialists installed SecurAccess … Continue reading

West Yorkshire Joint Services staff no longer have to battle to work remotely

“We found ourselves having to change our solution in a bit of a rush but fortunately the app was a breeze to get up and running. It’s so quick and easy to add and remove users to the system and … Continue reading

SecurAccess toughens remote access at Tata Steel Europe for 6,500 employees

Steel manufacturing group switches to tokenless two-factor authentication via smartphone and similar devices London/Munich, July 17th 2013 – Tata Steel Europe is Europe’s second largest steel manufacturer. Until now, home office staff, salespeople and IT staff on the road have used … Continue reading

GASA BØG GROUP Grows With SecurEnvoy

GASA BØG GROUP is one of Europe’s leading distributors of flowers and floral products, based in Denmark, with four main disciplines: wholesale, retail, garden centres and young plants. Part of the DLG Group – the 14th largest company in Denmark, GASA … Continue reading

Invensys on Track with Soft Token Remote Access

Invensys is a FTSE100 engineering conglomerate made up principally of three companies: Invensys Rail, Invensys Controls and Invensys Operations Management. Historically each of these businesses ran independently and, within them, there were additional separate companies. Today that has changed with … Continue reading

Water authorities tighten up on security with tokenless 2 factor authentication from SecurEnvoy; The astute utilities are saving money, adding flexibility and its environmentally friendly too

As part of our remote access program we were looking for a replacement to our previous token system. We wanted something that could offer flexibility, a reduction in costs and introduce efficiencies while continuing to maintain a high level of … Continue reading

IT Administrator.de test SecurEnvoy for European mid-market

Instead of realizing a two-factor authentication by a separate token, SecurEnvoy uses a widely used electronic companion: the mobile phone. Access to secure Web content and manage remote access via user login and then only the additional input a passcode, … Continue reading