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TriCipher Armored Credential System v3.1.1 TriCipher Price: Base price is $250,000 for 25,000 users and includes three appliances, management tools and APIs TriCipher Armored Credential System v3.1.1 TriCipher Armored Credential System offers highly secure authentication management for large enterprises. Authentication systems are increasingly under attack, and organizations are scrambling to deploy secure but easy-to-use systems that won't quickly become obsolete. TriCipher's TriCipher Armored Credential System (TACS) v3.1.1 offers a clever solution using multi-part credentials. TACS is intended for organizations that need a highly available product to quickly authenticate thousands of users--and it's priced accordingly. Its implementation features a three-appliance mirrored configuration and includes several APIs that can be used to expand functionality (e.g., using TACS as a secure vault for sensitive information). TriCipher claims TACS can handle up to 5 million users and 450,000 authentications per hour. One part of a credential is stored on the TACS... Access >>>
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Authentication: TriCipher Armored Credential System v3.1.1
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