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Michigan State University Federal Credit Union Deploys DigitalPersona Pro to Simplify Password Management and Strengthen Security
Date:11/10/2010

ntegrated seamlessly into our environment and enables us to reduce our business risk while allowing employees to do what they do best – focus on assisting our members.  Instead of getting frustrated with having to remember dozens of complex passwords, now they simply use their finger to log in."

DigitalPersona Pro is a centrally-managed suite of security applications that guards business information against unauthorized access.  DigitalPersona Pro protects data and controls access to computers and applications, providing features such as strong biometric fingerprint authentication and single sign-on that enable businesses to increase security and achieve compliance while reducing costs.  MSUFCU leverages DigitalPersona Pro's single sign-on functionality to free users from having to memorize numerous frequently-changing passwords. With DigitalPersona Pro, MSUFCU employees use biometric fingerprint authentication to log in to applications.

"The emerging trend of requiring strong, frequently-changing passwords for both applications and Windows login is turning password management into an even bigger issue than ever before.  As businesses of all sizes add more applications, the resulting password sprawl places a tremendous strain on employees and the helpdesks that support them," said Jim Fulton, vice president of marketing, DigitalPersona, Inc. "By integrating strong authentication with single sign-on, DigitalPersona Pro provides organizations with an effective way to reduce the problems and expenses of managing passwords while boosting overall security."

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DigitalPersona, Inc. is a global provider of authentication and endpoint protection solutions that make security simple, practical and affordable for businesses of all sizes. The company helps enterprises, government agencies, custom application developers and independent software vendors to efficiently address growing security, complia
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