Route1 releases MobiKEY for iPad
Posted on 03 April 2013.
Route1 released MobiKEY technology for the iPad. MobiKEY is a complete desktop, secure remote access technology that integrates multi-factor authentication and identity management in a mobile computing environment.

MobiKEY subscribers will now be able to use MobiKEY on an Apple iPad running iOS 5 and higher. The MobiKEY technology includes the use of both Route1ís universal identity management and service delivery platform and MobiKEY application software.

  • Offers users exactly the same access remotely that they have at their office
  • Compatible with iOS, Mac OS X and Windows
  • Cross domain technology, Host Assets can be on any domain or network
  • Requires no administrator privileges on the Remote asset
  • No end-point security required
  • Enterprise registration and deployment tools available
  • Integration with Active Directory
  • Fully integrates with virtual desktop infrastructure
  • Connection history details for auditing and reporting purposes
  • Bandwidth efficient - 20 kbps average bandwidth usage per connected user.
  • Multi-factor authentication
  • 1024 to 4096-bit asymmetric keys
  • TLS 1.1
  • 256-bit AES encryption
  • RSA SHA-1 and SHA-2 signing algorithms
  • All files stay within the network
  • Route1 has no ability to see into the userís data session
  • PKI based technology Ė access and authorization management
  • Malware resistant Ė immune to zero day threats
  • The Remote asset does not become a node on the enterprise network.


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