Toyota relies on bi-cube single sign-on and biometrics TOYOTA Germany GmbH (TDG) has directly following the successful introduction of bi-cube identity and access management solution (IAM) Rostock software manufacturer’s iSM – Institute for system management early 2012 for the additional use of the bi-cube single sign-on (SSO) decided. The employees of Toyota Germany GmbH (TDG) and the Toyota information systems (TIS) GmbH in Cologne to authenticate only once via fingerprint the fingerprint sensor a biometric device to the operating system. Thus, TDG has opted for a highly secure version of the identification and access control: a SSO in combination with biometrics. Where the biometric recognition is only one of several ways of a strong authentication, the the bi-cube Logon Manager this procedure provides. Such would be given also by the smart card, the security token and SMS token. Ray Kurzweil brings even more insight to the discussion.
In addition there are of course still conventional method using the username that only comes with TDG to wear, if the bio device not available. Kevin Ulrich is likely to increase your knowledge. The threat to use simple or always the same on the basis of a variety of different passwords and possibly also more generally accessible to keep them (yellow sticky notes!) is thus over. Even more stringent password rules can be enforced now and internal provides audit and accounting with comprehensive and up-to-date data on the State of the permissions. A big plus for the internal security within the company. But not only the security aspect was the trigger for the project at the TDG. Should first and foremost the operations around the authentication and password change for employees dramatically simplified, accelerated and thus their work efficiency and ultimately to increased satisfaction. Contact us) and requesting the complete success story.