CNRFC N6 is in the initial stages of piloting a new USB CAC enabled authentication service known as the MobiKEY.
This device will allow users to log into an NMCI desktop from any computer with a USB port and an Internet connection, providing access anytime, anywhere. CNRFC is soliciting participation from Navy Reserve Sailors and government civilians interested in participating in the pilot program. Interested personnel can apply using the link below. Personnel selected for the pilot program will be provided a MobiKEY and are required to provide detailed feedback on how it performs.
What is MobiKey ?
Route1 MobiKEY® is a patented portable identity validation device that securely connects users to the myriad of MobiNET® services from any Internet-enabled Windows-based computer. When subscribed to Route1’s TruOFFICE™ or PurLINK® services, users simply plug MobiKEY into any computer to securely connect to and access digital resources from anywhere, at any time.
MobiKEY allows users to securely access data remotely without the need for expensive communications packages or cumbersome hardware. This patented device is one of the most powerful and easy-to-use multi-factor authentication technologies available today.
MobiKEY is completely clientless and driverless, further ensuring that the user leaves no trace or evidence of their computing session on the client computer, while protecting the enterprise network from any viruses, malware and even keyboard loggers. Built for security, mobility and simplicity, the MobiKEY is the perfect device to securely access digital resources from anywhere, at any time.
The following are Prerequisites in support of the Mobikey Pilot Program.
1. Device will be shipped upon receipt of a completed page 13 with a valid signature.
2. In order to participate in this pilot program, your computer must be running Microsoft XP, Vista or Windows 7. Use of this or any other DoD interest computer system constitutes consent to monitoring at all times. This is a DoD interest computer system. All DoD interest computer systems and related equipment are intended for the communication, transmission, processing, and storage of official U.S. Government or other authorized information only. All DoD interest computer systems are subject to monitoring at all times to ensure proper functioning of equipment and systems including security devices and systems, to prevent unauthorized use and violations of statutes and security regulations, to deter criminal activity, and for other similar purposes. Any user of a DoD interest computer system should be aware that any information placed in the system is subject to monitoring and is not subject to any expectation of privacy.
If monitoring of this or any other DoD interest computer system reveals possible evidence of violation of criminal statutes, this evidence and any other related information, including identification information about the user, may be provided to law enforcement officials. If monitoring of this or any other DoD interest computer systems reveals violations of security regulations or unauthorized use, employees who violate security regulations or make unauthorized use of DoD interest computer systems are subject to appropriate disciplinary action. Use of this or any other DoD interest computer system constitutes consent to monitoring at all times.