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SARGENT showcases its physical access solutions at ASIS 2011

 SARGENT’s SE LP10 locks feature HID multiCLASS SE technology to support multiple credentials
 SARGENT's SE LP10 line leverages HID Global's new Secure Identity Object digital credential technology

At ASIS 2011, SARGENT is showcasing its newest solutions for secure physical access projects that must comply with Personal Identity Verification (PIV) standards under Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 201.

The new SE LP10 product line supports SP 800-116 Uncontrolled Security Areas and works with HID Global's pivCLASS Authentication Module and Validation Server to support SP 800-116 Controlled Security Areas. This offers a simple-to-deploy, cost-effective turnkey solution for any federal agency or facility requiring the highest level of security. The integrated locks meet the latest U.S. Government Smart Card Interoperability Specifications with the ability to read FIPS 201 compliant cards in either low or medium assurance profiles, as defined in the Technical Implementation Guidance Specification.

SE LP10 locks feature HID multiCLASS SE technology to support multiple credentials, including HID and Indala 125 kHz proximity, HID 13.56 MHz iCLASS, HID iCLASS SE, DESFire SE and MIFARE SE, PIV and PIV-I. Ideal for mixed credential environments, this solution also offers easy migration from 125 kHz proximity credentials to 13.56 MHz technologies.

These solutions leverage HID Global's new Secure Identity Object (SIO) digital credential technology to provide advanced security and performance. SIO digital credentials support data authenticity and privacy by binding information to a specific credential for additional authentication and encryption on top of device-specific security.

Standards such as FIPS 201 are helping government agencies achieve interoperability, so cards can be used across multiple federal agencies for physical or logical access control. ASSA ABLOY will be located at booth #2312 during ASIS 2011 in Orlando, Florida.

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