The Entrust Datacard Technology Alliance program fosters partnerships with other leading organizations to provide customers simple, powerful solutions that address real business challenges. Two of our Partners were in the news recently – HARMAN and MobileIron.
IoT News: HARMAN Connected Services
On March 14, Entrust Datacard and HARMAN Connected Services are panelists on the upcoming IoT World News webinar titled ’“Delivering Enterprise Grade IoT Security”. The webinar is focused on identifying and solving practical security challenges encountered by businesses embarking on an Internet of Things (IoT) deployment. There is still time to register and attend the Webinar so please use this link to fill out the registration form.
This webinar follows a successful Harman and Entrust Datacard showing at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain where executives discussed their combined Internet of Things security offering that will help in ensuring a trusted internet of things and make future device integration seamless and secure.
The solution will enable organizations to establish trust within their infrastructure and secure the interaction between users, devices and systems in a manner that recognizes the customer’s need to leverage existing environments. Plus remain flexible in choosing devices, backend applications and data analytics platforms best suited to their specific business environments.
Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) Track News: MobileIron
MobileIron, the stand-alone EMM leader, and Entrust Datacard recently held an informative Webinar our combined solution to help registrants discover the advantages of a mobile-based workforce for state and local governments. Plus, learn how to implement best practices to achieve your business goals. We were thrilled by the attendance we had! In case you missed it, you can view the recording instantly online – to view the Webinar recording instantly online, please fill out this short form and click “Watch Now”.
In this recorded video, we start off with some quick introductions followed by Entrust Datacard explaining derived credentials for multi-factor authentication on mobile devices. Then MobileIron presented an overview of the combined solution before ending the session with some audience Q&A.
Derived Credentials will allow organizations that are using smart cards for authentication to easily extend this technology to mobile devices, providing strong, password-less authentication to the most sensitive of resources. The new product will support the General Services Administration’s Federal Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) architecture. While government is the catalyst for Derived Credentials, this methodology is directly relevant to any organization moving to more secure forms of authentication.
About the Entrust Datacard Technology Alliance Program
In today’s complex and rapidly changing technology ecosystems, business alliances are increasingly important and becoming a new normal. With a focus on building brand differentiation, powering business performance and driving customer loyalty, the program provides Entrust Datacard Technology Alliance Program members and partners with the technical tools and support necessary to integrate Entrust Datacard products with their organization’s products and services or to develop new joint offerings.
For more information about combining your strengths with Entrust Datacard to develop innovative applications and services, please visit www.entrustdatacard.com/technology-alliance-program or email firstname.lastname@example.org.