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Authentication as a Service. Get your clients up and running in minutes.

Neil Hollister, VP of Service Provider Business, SafeNet
Strong authentication is becoming crucial for all organisations, creating a huge market opportunity which service providers are uniquely positioned to fulfill. But historically Service Providers have faced huge challenges to roll out and scale authentication as a service to their customers cost-effectively, as its expensive and complex to manage and administer for the mass market.

SafeNet’s Blackshield Cloud is a revolutionary cloud-based authentication service designed specifically for Service Providers providing:

•Increased revenue and customer stickiness by the provision of authentication solutions that differentiate your existing service portfolio
o"Ready to go" cloud-based standardised and certified, subscription service for your clients
oNo upfront costs due to cloud model and massively reduced total cost
oSimple, low, subscription cost - per user per year fee
oFits your business model – brand it, customise it, integrate it with your billing system, instantly
oSimple migration from your or your clients’ existing authentication products

Join your fellow professionals to understand how with Blackshield Cloud, a service provider can roll out and scale strong authentication as a service with ease, greatly reducing the investment, complexity and operational costs associated with traditional authentication servers and have customers up and running in minutes!
Jul 18 2012
54 mins
Authentication as a Service. Get your clients up and running in minutes.
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