Advanced smart card management made easy. vSEC:CMS T-Series E-Edition brings a totally new approach to smart card lifecycle management. Now you can implement an advanced and feature-rich smart card management system with these attributes:
- Implementation takes minutes, instead of months.
- No dedicated hardware or servers needed.
- Intuitive user interface to improve operational efficiency.
- No hidden costs and low total cost of ownership.
- The security level is always high, no alternatives.
Smart Card Management
Smart cards are secure devices that are used for many purposes. The most important purpose for the enterprise security market is as combined identification badges. For professional smart card use the smart cards must be managed during the full smart card lifecycle.
Personalization tasks include setting PIN codes, setting policies, loading certificates, provisioning and setting management keys. Management tasks include unblocking PIN codes, setting new PIN codes, renewing and issuing new certificates. Revocation is generally the end of the smart card lifecycle, but it could also mean that the card can be personalized again. All these tasks and many more are handled by the vSEC:CMS smart card management system.
No Installation, High Security, No Dedicated Servers, Low TCO
The vSEC:CMS is an innovative, easily integrated and cost effective smart card management system that will help you deploy and manage smart cards within your organization. The E-Edition is delivered pre-installed on a secure USB token with the application, configuration settings and credentials residing securely on the USB token, thereby removing the requirement to invest in expensive server hardware. It streamlines all aspects of smartcard management by connecting to enterprise directories, certificate authorities, physical access control systems, etc.
Smart Card Lifecycle
All smart card operations within vSEC:CMS T-Series focus on the lifecycle of the smart cards. To graphically visualize the lifecycle, a state diagram is used. This state diagram always informs the operator what state the selected smart card is in, and available actions/processes from this state. The same diagram is also used by the administrator when configuring the processes.