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To find out what Nexus Smart ID module covers your needs, this table illustrates what functionality is provided in which module. The modules can be used stand-alone or in combination. 

Functionality


Identity management and Card management




Workflow engine and best-practice use cases
including approval steps




Visual ID personalization
(
Card management)






RFID encoding
(Card management)






Basic PACS integration
See PRIME requirements and interoperability.






PKI token management
(Card management)





Smart card management
(Card management)





Desktop client for smart card login





Mobile ID management






Advanced server certificate management





Physical access entitlement




Virtual PACS access profiles




Advanced PACS integration
See PRIME requirements and interoperability.






Physical access software module




Two-factor authentication and access platform




Standard authentication methods supported
See Authentication methods.





Nexus authenticators included:
invisible token, etc, see Authentication methods.





Nexus mobile app for authentication
(one-time password (OTP) and push key functionality)





Identity orchestration




Security gateway for digital resources




Reverse proxy




Single sign-on




Federation




Identity provider (IDP)




Service provider (SP)




Messaging server




User self-service to change or reset password




High availability




Access rules




Multipurpose certificate authority platform



Certificates for enterprise use
Smart cards, P#12, devices, servers, mobile app





Microsoft ADCS replacement (WinEP)




Basic server certificate management




OCSP responder, see CM architecture overview



Standard certificate enrollment protocols
SCEP, CMP, CMC, EST, see CM interfaces




Additional certificate enrollment protocol
EST-coaps, see CM interfaces





Certificates for IoT devices




Integration tools
RestAPI, SDK





Tenants for internal use