With GoldKey, organizations can have complete control over who can access their confidential files. Master and GrandMaster Tokens can be used to administer GoldKey Tokens throughout an organization. Master Tokens can designate various permission levels to decide what each of its registered GoldKey Tokens can access.
GoldKey Tokens can also be assigned to various groups so that secure files can be shared between all tokens inside a group. Master Tokens can open or unlock any files that any of its registered tokens have encrypted. This means if a token is lost, the files it encrypted can still be recovered by its Master Token. The Master Token can disable the lost token’s access to data stored in the cloud, and can even program a new token to take the lost token’s place.
Management in Hardware
GoldKey groups and permission levels are decided and then stored in GrandMaster Tokens instead of in software. Using a secure connection, Master Tokens can be registered to the GrandMaster. Each Master can then register GoldKey Tokens.
This architecture keeps encryption ciphers off hackable servers and other appliances running software. Since the internal secret never leaves the key, this solution is true multi-factor authentication – without a correct token, the permissions cannot be accessed. This also allows administration to be transported physically and stored safely, perhaps in a bank vault.
Unlimited Number of Users
Because of its clever design, a Master Token can manage an unlimited number of GoldKey tokens registered to it. This allows organizations to add additional keys as they grow in users without any fear of outgrowing their data security system.
|Casing||Stainless steel, waterproof, tamper resistant and tamper evident|
|Supported Operating Systems||Windows: 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP
Mac: Mac OS X v10.6 or higher
|Compliance||FIPS 140-2 certified|
|Standards||NIST PIV spec SP-800-73-2 and SP-800-73-3, X.509 v3 certificate storage, CCID, USB 1.1|
|Certificate Storage||Up to four X.509 certificates (up to twenty-four X.509 certificates with Windows Smart Card Minidriver)|
|Security Algorithms||AES, 3DES, RSA-1024, RSA-2048, ECC Curve P-256, and ECC Curve P-384|
|Supported Data Objects||Card Capability Container, Cardholder Unique Identifier, X.509 Certificate for PIV Authentication, Cardholder Fingerprints, Security Object, Cardholder Facial Image, Printed Information, X.509 Certificate for Digital Signature, X.509 Certificate for Key Management, X.509 Certificate for Card Authentication, the Key History Object, twenty Retired X.509 Certificates for Key Management, and Cardholder Iris Images|
|Physical Dimensions||30 x 12 x 4.5 mm (1.18 x 0.47 x 0.18 in.)|
|Operating Temperature||0°C to 70°C (32°F to 158°F)|
|Storage Temperature||-40°C to 85°C (-40°F to 185°F)|
|Humidity Rating||0-100% without condensation|
|Connector||USB type A (Universal Serial Bus)|
|Life Expectancy||Over 10 years|