Adopt fast and secure access to corporate workstations and apps with Namirial SafeAccess

Passwordless authentication

Passwords are no longer the most secure authentication method: the most effective strategy to overcome security problems, reduce IT maintenance time and costs, and enable business continuity is to move to passwordless authentication, based on FIDO2 standards and simplified PKI.

Namirial SafeAccess is the passwordless authentication suite for securing the workstations of small-to-medium-to-large organizations, even geographically distributed ones, with a scalable approach.

Based on the most stringent FIDO standards and the reliability of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), it provides for the use of a second passwordless authentication factor for access to enterprise systems.

The suite adapts to each individual organization with great flexibility: the second factor, in fact, is not predetermined or necessarily the same in all cases, but can be selected from a wide range of possibilities depending on the habits or needs of that specific context.


Avoid obstacles and facilitates business continuity


Keep an eye on confidential data and internal processes


Optimize results without investing high capital

Our suite Namirial SafeAccess

Namirial SafeAccess provides access to Windows workstations through passwordless technology and Multi-Factor Authentication, choosing an authentication method from several options: app, badge and token.

With a single strong credential, users can be enabled to access the workstations and different web and legacy apps.

The credential lifecycle can be managed centrally, through software provided to system admins, or independently by the user, who completes device registration and credential issuance with a self-enrollment app. A third credential management, completely transparent to both users and admins, involves running in the background according to rules set in Active Directory.

Several components to integrate

Namirial SafeAccess is a suite consisting of several components that can be integrated individually or in combination, on premises into pre-existing enterprise systems, to secure employee access to workstations and applications. Remote user access to corporate apps and websites is made secure through a single sign-on mechanism that is easily integrated via convenient APIs.


The software application that provides access to workstations within domains using passwordless and Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) authentication.


The tool that manages authentication methods and also functions as a credential issuing station, managing the credential lifecycle entirely.


Reduce login time to web pages (even legacy ones) and desktop apps thanks to the auto-launch mechanism, which automatically recognizes the user and gives him or her access to resources.


The solution to centrally track logs, create encrypted, GDPR-compliant archives, develop event reports related to the Namirial SafeAccess suite.


The solution to customize monitoring rules related to access security and provide active protection against attacks.

All the benefits of our suite

Increased security

Eliminating passwords, which are the primary target of hacker attacks, provides greater protection for information, allowing you to work nimbly without putting the company at risk.

GDPR compliance

Access and usage events of IT systems are effectively tracked as required by GDPR, the European Regulation that protects users’ personal data.

Improved UX

Each user can choose his or her preferred tool for dual-factor access to workstations: smartphone, badge, FIDO device, signature smartcard or USB token.

Reduced time and costs

Automatic credential management frees the IT department from operations related to password retrieval and unlocking of workstations, resulting in significant savings in terms of labor hours spent.

Scalability and flexibility

Since these are individual microservices dedicated to a specific operation, the customer can choose which components to install, providing flexibility in all areas and integration into all facilities.

Maximum integration

Through the exposed APIs, it is possible to integrate Multi-Factor Authentication on any developed solution without the need to start from scratch by implementing each individual authentication factor.

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Target markets and use cases

System integrator and Software house

  • Implementation of ad hoc logic for customers through the use of exposed APIs and an out-of-the-box solution


  • Secure access to patient data on PCs, ensuring confidentiality even on shared workstations

Public Administration

  • Simplified, password-free access experience for public administration staff and enhanced protection of citizen data

Schools and Universities

  • Secure access to PCs used in sharing by students and faculty, ensuring data confidentiality


  • Quick access to control stations allowing faster exchange and promoting continuity of operations

Professional orders

  • Protection of information and operations through an intuitive, non-intrusive solution that simplifies access to archives and prevents intrusion by malicious parties

Success stories

The hospital company “Ospedali Riuniti di Bergamo” needed a solution to solve password problems and secure access to workstations. In this case, Namirial SafeAccess made it possible to use the badge already assigned to the staff to access in maximum security and in full respect of privacy the PCs, the more than 50 applications in use in the facility and all the services (parking, canteen) eliminating forever the costs related to the management of password reset.

The Municipality of Bergamo needed to continue using the same badges as its staff, but increasing the level of security and ensuring maximum data protection. Today, thanks to Namirial SafeAccess, employees of the Municipality of Bergamo can use a single badge to detect presence, access locations, work in smart working and access applications, without having to remember or reset passwords, while remaining protected from cyber attacks.