How can OmniDefend’s Windows Desktop Security Features Help You?
OmniDefend’s Desktop Security feature enables strong multifactor authentication to unlock your user’s Windows desktops. These logins can be tracked quickly and managed easily by your IT department. The OmniDefend Credential Provider for Windows also allows you to add strong authentication to Remote Desktop and UAC Elevation authentications. The kiosk mode feature allows quick authenticated access to shared workstations in your organization. Watch the video to see OmniDefend’s Desktop Security features in action.
OmniDefend’s credential provider is designed to secure the login of all desktops whether they are domain joined or not. As organizations move to the “bring your own device” (BYOD) model, many devices accessing your network may not be joined to the domain. These devices can still be secured using OmniDefend and multi-factor authentication.
A terminal in a hospital’s patient room, a PC on a factory floor, or a pool of Windows based tablets in a service center are all examples of machines that may be shared among many users and unlocked using a common Windows credential for quick access to the desktop. OmniDefend can be used to secure these devices so that individual users can quickly unlock the shared Windows desktop.
Use strong authentication devices to login or unlock a user’s Windows desktop. Supported devices include fingerprint readers, signature pads, palm vein scanners, voice recognition and FIDO2.0 compatible devices and more. Policies can be set to require strong authentication to access the desktop.
OmniDefend’s credential provider can unlock the desktop of users from Active Directory, AzureAD or other directories that are being used by your organization.
OmniDefend’s real-time reporting engine records all accesses to user’s Windows desktop. You can quickly find out who logged into a machine, at what time and from which IP address. Reporting data can be exported into multiple formats for use with various third party reporting software.