The vSEC:CMS will change your views on how to manage the lifecycle of smart cards. Now you can implement an advanced and feature-rich system in minutes, rather than months.
The vSEC:CMS T-Series is an innovative, easily integrated and cost effective Smart Card Management System (SCMS or CMS) that will help you deploy and manage smart cards within your organization. The E-Edition is delivered 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.
The system is fully functional with minidriver enabled smart cards and it streamlines all aspects of smart card administration by connecting to enterprise directories, certificate authorities and other backend systems such as physical access control systems using RFID. With the vSEC:CMS T-Series, organizations can issue smart cards to employees, personalize the smart card with authentication credentials and manage the lifecycle of the smart card.
vSEC:CMS T-Series version 4.0 is now available. A press release about vSEC:CMS T4.0 is available here. New in this version:
In this downloadable version, the hardware token that the system is normally preloaded on, is simulated by software. This way you get the same experience as using the hardware token directly on your Windows PC by just downloading and running a quick installer.
vSEC:CMS T-Series includes updgrade wizards that enables quick and simple upgrade paths from third party smart card management systems. Check out the details here on how to upgrade from Gemalto DAS / IDAdmin 100 and here on how to upgrade from Microsoft FIM CM.
The vSEC:CMS T-Series can perform remote or offline unblock of smart cards. Offline unblock is a client-server operation. The server component is the vSEC:CMS T-Series, the client component can be provided by many vendors. Versatile Security provides such client component in the form of the vSEC:CMS U-Series.
€ 6 750.00
Yearly S&M Fee3
€ 1 500.00
Mon, 2 Mar 2015 : Product Release
Releasing vSEC:CMS T4.0
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 : Product Release
Releasing vSEC:CMS K-Series v2.0
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