What is RSA SecurID?
RSA SecurID two-factor authentication is based on something you know (a password or PIN) and something you have (an authenticator or token)—providing a much more reliable level of user authentication than reusable passwords.
To access resources protected by the RSA SecurID system, users simply combine their secret Personal Identification Number or PIN (something they alone know) with the token codes generated by their authenticators (something they have). The result is a unique, one-time-use passcode that is used to positively identify or authenticate the user. If the passcode is validated by the RSA SecurID system, the user is granted access to the protected resource. If not recognized, the user is denied access.
Services, such as VPN or SSH, that require RSA SecureID for authentication also require that you install and configure the appropriate client software on your computer to connect to the VPN or SSH service. This guide does not provide information on installing or configuring clients; rather you must visit the VPN or SSH web pages for that information.
Note: All RSA Tokens (hardware & software) have an expiration date. ITD will contact you with replacement instructions before your token expires.
Please contact the ITD Helpdesk at x5522 (631-344-5522) or send an email to email@example.com if you have
questions, concerns or experience any of the following
issues: Last Modified: November 8, 2010
Please contact the ITD Helpdesk at x5522 (631-344-5522) or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions, concerns or experience any of the following issues:
Last Modified: November 8, 2010