moderated Re: SecureToken and JAWS Question
Van Lant, Robin
My company used to use the physical RSA token and I couldn’t read it as my vision got worse and I would have to ask for sighted assistance when working from home. We then moved to a virtual process. I cannot recall how this worked. Within the last year, we moved to a process where I have an app on my phone and the code is presented there. You can also receive a phone call with the code. Maybe this approach is an option for you. I was anxious about it at first, but the app reads fine with VoiceOver on my iphone. I read the code then enter it into the dialog that appears on my laptop.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Walker, Michael E
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2019 7:11 AM
Subject: SecureToken and JAWS Question
For systems in my company, we use a means of authentication called the SecureToken, a physical device where you enter a six-digit code that is subject to change every thirty seconds. In the workplace, what is known to work best with JAWS, since I will not be able to see the code displayed on the SecureToken’s screen?
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