Hi guys, This is a work-related question, but I'm coming up with a blank here! At the moment we're working with a list of customer connection details (sometimes containing RDP IPs and domain user/passwords etc) as part of our remote support teams. At the moment the database is password protected using a long, randomised password which changes weekly. With the upcoming GDPR the thought from management is that it might not be secure enough, so they've asked me to look at whether we can find a sensibly-priced 2-factor authentication, preferably a hardware token that we can plug in to each machine when used. I've had a Google around, and other than a relatively vague reference in some Oracle documentation I can't find anything. Has anyone run across something that might help? Even if it was an encrypted sandbox that would do, just something to provide an extra layer of security.