One-time login software pin+ is now compatible with the remote authentication dial-in user service (RADIUS).
According to pin+, this enables it to offer a more robust and secure level of user authentication to integrate with most industry standard VPN concentrators.
It also said that it can utilise the Microsoft network policy server to provide a centralised connection for many types of network access, including wireless and virtual private network (VPN) connections.
Jonathan Craymer, managing director of pin+, said: “Radius was created to standardise communications between remote users and authentication servers and to assist in the provision of both identity management data such as user profiles.
“We're delighted that this essential functionality is now offered alongside the simplicity and strength of pin+ Lite 1.5-factor and Pro 2-factor systems.”