John Lewis Case Study

It’s vitally important that the John Lewis Partnership team makes sure that the thousands of the company’s employees it supports can access their networks simply and securely. Historically, the John Lewis Partnership has used a token style authentication solution to enable its employees to securely access the network remotely. This system consisted of a small token that the user carried with them. The token produced an access code for the user to input into their laptop or PC in order for them to access a given network.

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Pizza Hut

PIZZA CHAIN ROLLS OUT NEW SECURITY MEASURES FOR PCI COMPLIANCE The popularity of the Pizza Hut online ordering system requires  a robust website and a secure payment network. Pizza Hut,  like retailers worldwide, is subject to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

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EE (T-Mobile)

T-Mobile, one Europe’s leading mobile operators, has enabled its remote workforce to use their mobile phones to gain secure access to corporate systems, thanks to a three-year deal signed with SecurEnvoy. Three thousand UK employees are now using SecurAccess; SecurEnvoy’s cost-effective, two-factor authentication solution that transforms mobile phones into virtual tokens. An additional 2,000 T-Mobile staff are the first to register for SecurICE, SecurEnvoy’s new emergency service that enables them to access the company’s network immediately and securely if they are prevented from coming in to work.

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Our operations are now streamlined as we have a simple software solution for two-factor authentication that back-ends to existing LDAP directories, rather than a disparate proprietary database.

Matthew Clements, Principal Programmer at John Lewis

Retail organizations choose SecurEnvoy because we deliver
  • Simple deployment, easy integration
  • Support for all major technology platforms
  • The broadest range of tokenless solutions

  

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