Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T904 – Advanced Protection with Multilayer Security December 7, 2014Posted by Bilal in Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T904.
Tags: Advanced Theft Protection, Authentication, Biometric, Encrypted Drives, Finger Print, Fujitsu, Lifebook, OPAL, Reader, Security, Sensor, Smart Card, T904, Workplace Protect
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In the era of digital world, where we are rapidly moving toward Web 3.0, each and every part of our lives is becoming digital. Starting from our personal date, though our financial records to the corporate information, which, sometimes we are even bound by a NDA (Non-Disclosure-Agreement); everything is stored on our personal/official devices. Depending upon the value of the information, we try to protect it accordingly. These days a very common practice for enhanced security is Two Factor Authentication where a code is generated through a device or sent as SMS to be used after the regular password.
Security Features in LIFEBOOK T904
Fujitsu Lifebook T904 provide a variety of software + hardware based solutions for multilayer security:
This is to be noted that as early as 2009, Fujitsu has developed hard disk drive security technology based on Opal SSC Standards. If you are interested to read more about this, you can find it here: Opal Storage Specification
Fujitsu has developed a dedicated software to handle multiple layers of protection. The good thing is even if you are currently not a Fujitsu customer and you are considering this option, you can try this software on other devices also. Have a look on its simple yet powerful interface:
It is an extensive application which offers finger-print verification even at BIOS level (pre-boot authentication). I have recorded a video to explore this software. I have also included the process to enroll a finger for bio-metric verification. Here we go with the video:
As you have seen in the video, it also supports face verification. It has not been included in the video deliberately as it has been left for the viewers to try and explore. To know more and download proceed to this link: Workplace Protect & Workplace Manager- Secure Authentication Solutions
Unlock Windows Using Bio-Metric Verification
To demonstrate how simple and easy it is to use the bio-metric verification to unlock windows using the finger print sensor, here is a vine:
If you are interested to know, how the biometric verification works for Windows sign-in, you can check the video below. This video has already been shared in the previous article: Fujitsu Lifebook T904 (2 in 1) – Boot Up, Specifications & Review.