Mobile Access

Mobile Access Misconceptions Part 3: Reduced Performance

In the first blog, we shared information about the benefits of partnering with a reliable mobile access control systems provider to protect your company’s buildings, employees and assets.

These benefits are numerous and include:

Physical and Logical Access With Wearable and Mobile Credentials

Getting in and Logging on With Mobile Access

There’s an app for just about everything these days — including access control. While many organizations stick with tried-and-true smart cards, others are branching out into the flexible, high tech and high security world of mobile access, verifying trusted identities with credentials like smart phones and wearables.

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Misconceptions About Mobile Access. Part Two: Personal Data

In the previous article, we shared information about the benefits of mobile access control, i.e. using your smartphone to open doors and compared this to traditional access control methods. We also detailed the steps an individual and organization can take to restore their access when a smartphone is lost or stolen.

How to Secure and Simplify Time & Attendance

The Trouble With Time & Attendance

Buddy punching, the practice of clocking in for a coworker who is not actually working, is one of the most pervasive types of fraud — and a costly issue for manufacturers and other organizations. According to Nucleus Research, up to 2% of a company’s payroll is lost to buddy punching.

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Trusted Identities for Elevators, Turnstiles & Locks

Access Control for Elevators, Turnstiles & Locks

Controlling access to physical places is a critical security requirement. Employees, visitors, vendors and contractors move in and out through buildings all day long — each with distinct needs and necessary privileges. Ensuring that the right people have the right access at the right time, while keeping out the people who have no business being there, needs to happen seamlessly and with 100% certainty.

More Secure & Convenient Ways to Prove You're You

The Evolution of Authentication

Whether we are aware of it or not, we all spend a significant amount of time and energy each day verifying our identity and rights to access places and experiences in the physical and digital world.

When It Comes to a Digital ID, Where Is the Safest Place for a Citizen's Data?

Today, a small number of citizens around the world are lucky enough to use digital IDs thanks to a handful of governments that have put these programs in place. For many others, digital ID is just around the corner. Nevertheless, the decision to go for a digital ID program implicates many decisions that a government must make during the process. An example of one such vital decision is where the data of the citizens will be stored.

Three Access Control Technology Pillars Defining the Future-Ready Financial Institution

The convergence of technology, innovation, new regulation and security risks are rapidly changing banking security ecosystems. Typically, IT security is the main focus for mitigating these risks. However, physical security also plays a major role in preventing security breaches and shoring up an institution's image. In speaking to our financial services customers, three access control technology pillars are always at the forefront of our discussions, each driven by desired business outcomes and expectations of the future.