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VU Application Server

VU LLC
VU Application Server is an authentication server.

VU Application Server

VU LLC

VU Application Server is an authentication server.

Manage all your security with simplicity Administrate your policies in a flexible platform VU Application Server is the authentication server that allows companies, institutions and organizations to unfold a robust authentication strategy for local & remote access to applications, services and transactions. VU Application Server solves every secure access need a company or organization may have with a simple and unified platform which delivers through multifactor authentication, such as OTP generators, device identifiers, context analysers, and multichannel hardware, using our services VU Mobile Tokens, VU Biometric Authentication, VU Out-of-Band Systems and VU Fraud Analysis. Omnichannel Using strong and befitting authentication methods on all channels involving clients or employees is a key aspect of a properly designed user experience. Successful interaction involves the user blurring the lines between traditional methods, mixing up calling a helpdesk, logging in via an app or making transactions through social networks. Secure access for all these methods is necessary. VU Application Server’s omnichannel abilities enable the deployment of delineated authentication factors, secure and easy-going at the same time. Rules and policies are customizable so that authentication micromanagement becomes a fact within the organization and users are requested certain permissions before logging in. What’s a double factor authentication system based on mobile devices? By the name it should be complex, but in fact it’s a burden-free security tool. This is an app (multiplatform, of course) which creates a one-off (one-time-only) password, or OTP. The app counts with native support on J2ME, iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone and works in ensemble with a module server, establishing a secure authentication system that lacks a direct (and therefore vulnerable) connection between the user module and the server module.