HID® ActivID™ AAA Server for Remote Access
Multi-factor authentication for secure remote access
HID ActivID AAA Server for Remote Access is trusted by thousands of organizations to provide multi-factor authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA) of remote users. It ensures those organizations can trust user identities and grant appropriate access to remote networks and applications.
The ActivID AAA Server for Remote Access is the ideal choice for small to medium sized organizations seeking an open standards-based multi-factor authentication solution. The solution secures virtual private networks (VPNs), Web applications, remote terminal services and more.
The ActivID AAA Server for Remote Access supports a broad range of multi-factor authentication devices, including software authentication tokens for all leading mobile phones and tablets. It is easy to install, deploy and manage, and its features include a Web-based self-service portal to help reduce costly IT help desk calls.
The secure remote access solution enables organizations to migrate from expensive proprietary solutions using a phased approach that minimizes the impact on users and maximizes legacy investments.
The AAA Server for Remote Access supports a wide range of multi-factor authentication methods including hardware and software based One Time Password (OTP) tokens, Out of Band (SMS or email) codes, and LDAP passwords.
- Genuine HID credentials supported by the AAA Server for Remote Access include the 4TRESS® OTP Tokens, 4TRESS DisplayCards, 4TRESS Web Token, 4TRESS PC Token, 4TRESS Mobile tokens for iOS, Blackberry® and Android®
- Supports third-party tokens compliant with the Oath algorithms
Easy deployment: The AAA Server for Remote Access is installed on a Windows server and connects to an Oracle or MS SQL database. For user management, it is compatible with leading user directories, including Microsoft Active Directory.
Interoperability: Open standards-based protocols including Remote Multi-Factor Authentication Dial-In User Service [RADIUS], Terminal Access Controller Access-Control System Plus [TACACS+], and 802.1x