Morse Watchmans Enhanced Keywatcher Touch
Enhanced Keywatcher Touch features include security upgrades to help prevent cyber breaches via the network.
Morse Watchmans, a maker of key control and asset management systems, announces new features to its recently-enhanced Keywatcher Touch. The new features include security and notification upgrades and ease-of-use improvements.
The features include security upgrades to help prevent cyber breaches via the network. Now when the firewall is enabled, all incoming traffic is ignored unless it is on the specific ports the system requires for network and server communication. The data between the KeyWatcher Touch and the KeyWatcher Touch Server can now also be encrypted with AES256 technology via a preshared key that is definable on a site-by-site basis.
To improve operational convenience, the KeyWatcher Touch Server can now run under a domain user account. Windows authentication is supported for SQL, while server logins eliminate the need for the IT department to add SQL users to the SQL Server for the purpose of authentication. Morsewatchmans.com
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