Secure Computing just announced a new product, SafeWord for Citrix MetaFrame. This is a hardware token-based two-factor authentication product (similar to SecurID from RSA). However, SafeWord has a few cool things going for it, like (1) It installs simply by modifying the AD Schema and with a client on the MetaFrame servers--there's no need to run a dedicated server. (2) It only costs $100 per user (starting at just 5 users!). You can order to 2-user sample kit from them. I've just ordered this and I'll post my review of their product when I get it. The bottom line here is that it looks like Secure Computing is bringing two-factor authentication to the masses. It will be interesting to see how Citrix supports this, since Citrix is so entrenched with RSA.