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ROI, Pitfalls and Best Practices with an Enterprise Smart Card Deployment

  • Philip Hoyer

Abstract

This paper will describe the highlights of the ActivIdentity sponsored Datamonitor study into Return On Investment (ROI) when implementing smart cards in the enterprise in the following areas: physical and logical access convergence, remote access when replacing OTP tokens and Enterprise Single Sign-On. It also provides additional information about the pitfalls to avoid when implementing smart cards and describes best practices for deployment.

Keywords

Smart Card Remote Access Physical Access Logical Access Smart Card System 
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References

  1. CIO, CSO and PWC, In Global State of Information Security, 2007.Google Scholar
  2. Gartner: Let’s get physical, In: www.gartner.com 2007.
  3. Gartner, Using One Card for Access Control, In: www.gartner.com, march 2008.
  4. Datamonitor: A new look at the ROI for enterprise smart cards. In: www.datamonitor.com, 2008.
  5. Datamonitor: The ROI case for smart cards in the Enterprise. In: www.datamonitor.com, 2004.

Copyright information

© Vieweg+Teubner | GWV Fachverlage GmbH 2010

Authors and Affiliations

  • Philip Hoyer
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  1. 1.Senior Architect - Office of CTOActivIdentity (UK)London

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