Smart Badge based login is the strongest form of authentication. You should insert your Lockheed Martin Smart Badge before continuing. After clicking ''Smart Badge Login'', you will be presented with a dialogue asking you to select your badge and enter the associated PIN. If you have any issues, you may need to close your browser entirely before being able to attempt to login again. If you do not have a Lockheed Martin Smart Badge, you may use an alternate form of authentication if it is available.
If you are having troubles signing in, please verify your access at the Collaboration Solutions Login and Product Access Self-Test.
User ID and password is the weakest form of authentication.
If you are having trouble signing in, please contact the Lockheed Martin Service Desk.
SecurID is a strong, two-factor authentication mechanism. It requires a token similar to the one pictured above.
This token must be one issued by Lockheed Martin and not one issued by a third party. You will need to enter the pin you have selected followed by the token code shown in the device without spaces.
However, if this is a new token or your pin has been reset, you will only enter the token code. You will then be prompted to enter your new pin followed by the new pin and token code.
This login option will attempt to use your Lockheed Martin issued Smart Badge. When prompted you should select the appropriate certificate and click OK.
Enter your SecurID username and pin/tokencode below. You may be prompted for the next tokencode or a new pin if required.
We recommend that you use a stronger login method such as a
Smart Badge. Many applications will deny access if you login with a user ID and password.