Local ID

SmartSignatur LocalID is a Windows application that lets you write the certificate issued by your local Microsoft CA to your smart card. Keys and certificate are securely stored and never leaves the smart card.

The solution lets employee choose their own personal PIN for using the Smartcard. This is a simple process that any employee can do this on their own without the need of admin rights.

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The for implementing 2 factor authentication with certificates

SmartSignatur LocalID is developed to be part of true and secure passwordless authentication strategies with as much automation as possible. It is designed for companies, that will use 2 factor authentication with certificates generated from their local Microsoft Certification Authority and use Active Directory as their primary authentication backend.

It delivers a software package to be installed on the employee’s computer. The software package enables the creation of a key pair on the smart card. Additionally, it will load the signed certificate to the smart card and lets the user create a personal, secret PIN for use with the smart card when authenticating to the Active Directory.

SmartSignatur LocalID is the easiest tool for implementing locally issued Microsoft CA certificates as a 2 factor authentication.

What our customers say?

At any time, I can document who ordered a signature, who approved it – usually me – and what it was used for. Our IT auditing likes that. If I wanted that kind of transparency and traceability in the old system, I would have had to sit and manually document who had ordered the signature. But the system takes care of this automatically. So in that way I save time, but I also have a higher level of security.
Chris Antonsen
Teamleader IT, Mariagerfjord Kommune
We haven’t calculated it, but we have saved a lot of administration hours. We have also saved a lot of employee time. And we have saved money since the administration of the digital signature is built into the IT system we use for access management.
Henrik Jordt
head of Central Denmark Region’s IT Development, Architecture, and Design