Two Factor Authentication for the IBM System i
The pressure to demonstrate compliance with standards and regulations such as Sarbanes Oxley, HIPAA, PCI DSS and Basel II, coupled with the increased value placed on the information created and stored, means organizations are faced with the challenge of securely controlling access to sensitive data. Ever changing user requirements inside the firewall and the need for employees, partners, suppliers, etc. to have access to data outside the firewall; only increase the complexity of securely managing user access.
The traditional access control method of user IDs and passwords can no longer be considered the most secure option. Read on to learn about Two Factor Authentication, a technology which helps organizations meet compliance standards and improve the existing security environment, and how it works on the on the System i server.