Local and central government organisations are entrusted with great responsibility – both to use their budget effectively, and to keep the highly confidential data they handle secure. That’s why SecurEnvoy is selected by so many public-sector bodies to keep them safe.
In 2007 the borough became aware that as more and more of their support staff began to work remotely they needed to improve and streamline their remote working structure so that employees could securely access the main network with the minimum of inconvenience.
How Lincoln City Council revised its data security system with a single click OverviewThe Lincoln City Council has nine remote offices, with over 600 members of staff. The Council is responsible for local planning, building control, roads and council housing. With over 80,000 residents in Lincoln, the Council has to handle a vast amount of confidential information. Data security is always a concern – authenticated access must be easy to use, reliable and above all secure.
Chorley Council had been using hardware token-based authentication for seven years but, due to the escalating costs and security risks, decided to review their current system and look into more cost-effective alternatives.
Local authority removes remote access and reduces costs with SecurEnvoy Hertfordshire County Council had been utilising a hardware token-based authentication process for some time; but felt the administrative and financial overhead associated with it didn’t represent the best value solution. Dave Mansfield, Technical Infrastructure Manager for the Council explains: “We were keen to reduce costs […]
By deploying SecurEnvoy we were able to enhance the user experience. The fact that we were able to reduce the cost and administration overhead as well was a bonus.
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