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Key features:Crescendo reduces card management costs and increases user convenience by combining logical and physical access control in a single card.Crescendo increases productivity by saving costs and time on fewer tokens, fewer passwords and faster application access. Crescendo is a multi-technology smart card. By incorporating HID's industry standard proximity technology (i.e., HID, Indala®), iCLASS®, and other 13.56 MHz technologies, Crescendo is a single card that can be easily deployed for both logical and physical access control applications.Crescendo also serves as an employee ID badge.Crescendo is Windows® and MacOS X compatible. Crescendo cards permit enhancing corporate identity and brand recognition.Crescendo smart cards require no additional per-seat middleware license.Add to Compare
Stand 414 at SECURITY Essen 2008, 7 to 10 October 2008HID Global's Crescendo is a series of highly secure, off-the-shelf smart cards designed to provide out-of-the-box, standards-compliant support for thousands of logical access applications. Crescendo is a multi-technology smart card. Crescendo is a credit card-sized card that enables logical and physical access control, also serving as an employee ID badge. An embedded contact smart chip is used for logical access control. To meet the needs of current physical access control customers, Crescendo can be customized with the "physical access control" technologies you choose (i.e., HID or Indala® proximity, iCLASS®, MIFARE®, and others). Crescendo smart cards require no additional per-seat middleware license.Using a powerful contact smart chip with cryptographic co-processor, Crescendo is supplied pre-initialized with the required on-card software and includes all required drivers and middleware. This equates to a high performance, cost-effective solution. Within HID's Trusted Identity Platform™, Crescendo combines technologies, services, and know-how with unique attributes to deliver a trusted solution for secure identity-related applications. Crescendo cards are as simple to install and use as any Windows® peripheral. Crescendo has completed the Microsoft® certification program for smart card minidrivers, ensuring a seamless experience for the user. Crescendo is Windows® compatible.Crescendo series smart cards are fully compatible with the Microsoft® Windows® Smart Card Framework (WSF) and support Microsoft® applications such as Windows® Domain Log-On, VPN, Outlook®, secure Web access, and wireless LAN authentication. Crescendo is supported by the Microsoft® Identity Lifecycle Manager 2007, dramatically simplifying the deployment, management, and auditing of smart cards used for logical access control applications. Crescendo supports security applications from other vendors including:Single sign-onPre-boot authenticationDisk encryptionDigital signaturesAdd to Compare
Identity on Demand™ (IoD) is a unique solution offering that provides the expertise and speed needed to make custom credential and ID badge projects successful. Offering card design, database management and card personalisation, IoD services manages the administrative tasks of customer ID projects by producing credentials quickly, efficiently and within budget. From laminated artwork and anti-counterfeiting techniques, to variable record printing and advanced personalisation, HID Global's IoD services delivers the global know-how, tools, delivery services, speed and on-going support needed to ensure the success of even the most demanding credential programme.HID Global's Identity on Demand services includes:Fast DeliveryEnd-to-End SolutionsDesign ExpertiseDatabase ManagementMultiple Technology OptionsBest PracticesCustomised FulfilmentWorldwide CoverageAdd to Compare
pivCLASS dual interface smart cards portfolio is a series of high security microprocessor cards for combined logical and physical access. The cards are utilised for two factor authentication, providing data confidentiality, digital signatures, secure remote access and desktop login. For physical access control, the cards include one or two contactless interface(s) to support over-the-air authentication with support for iCLASS Seos, iCLASS SE, standard iCLASS or Proximity. The credit card-sized credentials support FIPS 201 government deployments, while the highly durability card body makes the credentials ideal for a range of additional use cases, including government ID programmes. The cards are available as a Personal Identity Verification (PIV) for US Government employees and a PIV Interoperable (PIV-I) for US Government contractors. pivCLASS smart cards are also available as a Commercial Identity Verification (CIV) credential for use by governments around the world or private organisations that require highly secure access control for sensitive areas, including power stations as well as data storage, nuclear, water and petrochemical facilities and other critical infrastructures. Key benefits: Dual interface capability: single smart card chip with both a contact and a contactless interface, using shared memory and chip resources. Smart card chip integrates secure co-processor with high performance for cryptographic calculations with symmetric and asymmetric PKI keys. Large memory space to support PIV application (and associated data model) as well as other applications. Flexible support for post-issuance requests (add, update or delete for card applications/objects). FIPS 140-2 (security accreditation) and FIPS 201 approved as per NIST requirements. Supports HID Global's Secure Identity Object (SIO) for protecting the contactless interface (beyond the FIPS 201 data model).Add to Compare
HID, the premier manufacturer of contactless access control cards and readers for the security industry, launches the latest in smart card technology with their iCLASS development partners. Applications range from physical and logical access, to time and attendance, cashless vending and billing as well as biometric access control and verification. Parking, handheld verification, vandal/explosion-proof and flush-mounted readers are also part of HID’s partner application products. In addition to the broad range of iCLASS partner application products, HID presents its full line of iCLASS 13.56 MHz read/write contactless smart card technology including proximity, combination magnetic stripe/proximity readers, OEM modules, multi-technology contactless smart cards and HID’s custom card service that are used to create custom credentials in various form factors and can include anti-counterfeiting features for added card security.Add to Compare
HID Global, trusted leader in solutions for the delivery of secure identity, has announced the addition of a convenient yet sturdy mobile sticker format to its family of contactless payment and identification cards. The stickers make it easier to add closed-loop payment and loyalty systems to existing automatic fare collection or retail systems, or to augment campus identification systems with new access control capabilities. They also can be affixed to mobile phones as a bridge to coming NFC mobile payment services.Unlike other stickers, HID's sturdy, adhesive-backed stickers include an internal ferrite layer that shields electronics from interference even when attached to items containing metal, such as mobile phones. They come in a breakout ID-1 card format and can be printed with customer information including serial numbers, activation codes, messages, brand elements and/or promotional text and artwork. HID Global offers print customisation in low quantities, providing companies with an economical way to extend their brand presence. To meet existing customer environments, HID's contactless payment and identification stickers are available with with MIFARE™, MIFARE DESFire™ and iCLASS® technologies, ensuring maximum flexibility in design and use.HID Global's contactless payment and identification stickers are available in both volume and sample quantities. HID's sticker customisation programme allows customers to choose from a variety of printing, laser engraving, programming, artwork and contactless chip technology options, upon request. In the field, stickers may be printed with brand elements, custom designs or other information using desktop card printers such as the Fargo® line of financial card printers with patented High Definition Printing (HDP™) technology. The single-use part can be discarded by the end-user after receipt.Add to Compare
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Today’s security industry technology standards create a common framework for achieving predictable performance. Systems are made more secure and easier to install, use and integrate with other devices. Standards are also intended to be living documents, open to continual refinements to benefit manufacturers, integrators and end users. An excellent example is the Open Supervised Data Protocol (OSDP), which is now the industry’s gold standard for physical access control installations. It was designed to offer a higher level of security with more flexible options than the aging defacto Weigand wiring standard. Updating OSDP-readers simultaneously One recent addition enables end users to push firmware and software updates to thousands of OSDP-enabled card readers simultaneouslyOSDP, first introduced in 2011 by the Security Industry Association (SIA), continues to evolve with significant manufacturer input. One recent addition enables end users to push firmware and/or software updates to a few or thousands of OSDP-enabled card readers simultaneously. Weigand technology requires updates to be made one at a time at each reader. Regularly changing reader encryption keys is an excellent way to enhance facility security. It’s easy using the OSDP file transfer capability and the latest DESFire EV2 credentials containing multiple encryption keys. You can transfer the next code on the card to all readers and the job is done. And there’s no need to create a new card for each user or reprogram each individual reader. AES-128 encryption ensures cybersecurity It’s time to migrate entirely away from Weigand technology. If greater security, convenience and reduced labour from the latest OSDP updates isn’t reason enough, here are a few more things to consider. The 40-year-old Weigand protocol provides no signal encryption, making it easy for hackers to capture the raw data transmitted between cards and readers. OSDP readers support AES-128 encryption while providing continuous monitoring of wires to guard against cybercriminals. Weigand reader installations require homerun cable pulls from the control panel to each peripheral device. OSDP readers can be daisy chained, providing additional savings on cabling and installation time. Weigand technology is simply too slow to work with today’s most versatile and secure card technologies. OSDP readers work with virtually all modern access control cards. The OSDP standard also works with biometric devices; Weigand does not. Meeting requirements of FICAM guidelines SIA is pushing to make the latest OSDP version a standard recognised by the ANSI, a move to enhance the global competitiveness of U.S. security businessesAlso, OSDP is becoming a must-have standard for organisations demanding the highest security levels. The standard meets requirements of the Federal Identity, Credential and Access Management (FICAM) guidelines that affect how the access control industry does business with the federal government. SIA is pushing to make the latest OSDP version a standard recognised by the American National Standard Institute (ANSI), a move to enhance the global competitiveness of U.S. security businesses. There’s still a large worldwide reader installation base that works solely with the Weigand protocol. Admittedly, changing them all at one time may be prohibitively expensive; however, standards should be viewed as a journey, not a destination. That’s why a measured migration is the right choice for many organisations. Begin by securing the perimeter. Replace only the outside-facing Weigand readers. As long as the walls are secured, the inside can remain a softer target until OSDP-compatible readers can be added indoors. The case for moving to OSDP as a standard is compelling. It offers our industry the opportunity to design access control software and products that provide what end users want most – greater security, flexibility and convenience.
It’s not surprising that people are nervous about the security of newer technologies, many of which are part of the Internet of Things (IoT). While they offer greater efficiency and connectivity, some people still hesitate. After all, there seems to be a constant stream of news stories about multinational corporations being breached or hackers taking control of smart home devices. Both of these scenarios can feel personal. No one likes the idea of their data falling into criminal hands. And we especially don’t like the thought that someone can, even virtually, come into our private spaces. The reality, though, is that, when you choose the right technology and undertake the proper procedures, IoT devices are incredibly secure. That said, one of the spaces where we see continued confusion is around access control systems (ACS) that are deployed over networks, particularly in relation to mobile access, smartcards, and electronic locks. These technologies are often perceived as being less secure and therefore more vulnerable to attacks than older ACS systems or devices. In the interest of clearing up any confusion, it is important to provide good, reliable information. With this in mind, there are some myths out there about the security of ACS that need to be debunked. The fact that these devices communicate with an ACS via Bluetooth or Near Field Communication (NFC) leads to one of the main myths we encounter Myth #1: Mobile credentials are not secure The first myth we have to look at exists around mobile credentials. Mobile credentials allow cardholders to access secured doors and areas with their mobile devices. The fact that these devices communicate with an ACS via Bluetooth or Near Field Communication (NFC) leads to one of the main myths we encounter about the security of credentialed information. There is a persistent belief that Bluetooth is not secure. In particular, people seem to be concerned that using mobile credentials makes your organisation more vulnerable to skimming attacks. While focusing on the medium of communication is an important consideration when an organisation deploys a mobile credentialing system, the concerns about Bluetooth miss the mark. Bluetooth and NFC are simply channels over which information is transmitted. Believing that Bluetooth is not secure would be the same as suggesting that the internet is not secure. In both cases, the security of your communication depends on the technology, protocols, and safeguards we all have in place. So, instead of wondering about Bluetooth or NFC, users should be focused on the security of the devices themselves. Before deploying mobile credentials, ask your vendor (1) how the credential is generated, stored, and secured on the device, (2) how the device communicates with the reader, and (3) how the reader securely accesses the credential information. When you deploy smartcard technology as part of your ACS, you should choose the latest generation, such as MiFARE DesFIRE EV1 or EV2 and HID iCLASS SEOS Myth #2: All smartcards are equally secure The question “how secure are my smartcards?” is a serious one. And the answer can depend on the generation of the cards themselves. For example, while older smartcards like MiFARE CLASSIC and HID iCLASS Classic offer better encryption than proxy cards and magstripe credentials, they have been compromised. Using these older technologies can make your organisation vulnerable. As a result, when you deploy smartcard technology as part of your ACS, you should choose the latest generation, such as MiFARE DesFIRE EV1 or EV2 and HID iCLASS SEOS. In this way, you will be protecting your system as well as your buildings or facilities. Some traditional readers and controllers can also pose a serious risk to your organisation if they use the Wiegand protocol, which offers no security. While you can upgrade to a more secure protocol like OSDP version 2, electronic locks are a very secure alternative worth considering. It is also important to understand that not all smartcard readers are compatible with all smartcard types. When they are not compatible, the built-in security designed to keep your system safe will not match up and you will essentially forego security as your smartcard-reader will not read the credentials at all. Instead, it will simply read the non-secure portion—the Card Serial Number (CSN) —of the smartcard that is accessible to everyone. While some manufacturers suggest that this is an advantage because their readers can work with any smartcard, the truth is that they are not reading from the secure part of the card, which can put your system and premises at risk. Using electronic locks can help protect facilities and networks through various security protocols, including encryption and authentication Myth #3: Electronic locks are more vulnerable These days, there are still many who believe that electronic locks, especially wireless locks, are more vulnerable to cybercriminal activity as compared to traditional readers and controllers. The concern here is that electronic locks can allow cybercriminals to both access your network to get data and intercept commands from the gateway or nodes over the air that would allow them access to your buildings or facilities. The reality is that using electronic locks can help protect facilities and networks through various security protocols, including encryption and authentication. Additionally, because many of these locks remain operational regardless of network status, they provide real-time door monitoring. This means that many electronic locks not only prevent unauthorised access but also keep operators informed about their status at all times, even if a network goes down. Outdated technology and old analogue systems are more vulnerable to attacks When it comes to deploying electronic locks, it is important to remember that, like any device on your network, they must have built-in security features that will allow you to keep your information, people, and facilities safe. Be prepared to unlock future benefits Ultimately, the information in your IP-based ACS is at no greater risk than any other information being transmitted over the network. We just have to be smart about how we connect, transmit, and store our data. In the end, maintaining the status quo and refusing to move away from old technology is not a viable option. Outdated technology and old analogue systems are more vulnerable to attacks. The reason it is so important to debunk myths around ACS and, at the same time, get people thinking about network security in the right way is that network-based systems can offer an ever-increasing number of benefits. When we deploy new technology using industry best practices and purchase devices from trusted vendors, we put ourselves and our networks in the best possible position to take full advantage of all that our increasingly connected world has to offer.
The basic principles of access control are well established: only authorised people should have access to secure areas, only at times that can be defined in advance, and only within a system that can identify exactly who went where, and when. Traditional mechanical lock-and-key systems cannot accomplish this — at least, not without loading a huge admin burden onto security staff. But modern, electronic wireless access control has the flexibility to achieve it. What criteria determine the right sort of access control for your organisation? It makes sense to assess what is desirable against what is affordable or available in the electronic access control market today. Asking yourself these 5 questions will lead to a wise investment in the right technology: Wireless locks like Aperio work seamlessly with existing systems from over 100 different access control providersDo you want to extend your existing system, or begin from scratch? You are not stuck with locks chosen by a previous management team. Security needs change. Wireless locks like Aperio, for example, work seamlessly with existing systems from over 100 different access control providers, integrated online or offline. You will save time and money extending your current system with a technology like Aperio and users can continue with their existing credentials. Going forward, it makes sense to choose locks built using open architecture, for added flexibility and to future-proof your next investment. Who are the site users and what kind of credentials suit their needs? In many industries, access to premises is required by permanent staff and short-term contractors: your access system needs to be flexible. Different systems offer credentials stored on cards and fobs, or on programmable, battery-powered keys. For example, the new Openow app for SMARTair wireless locking converts a user’s smartphone into a virtual key. You issue and revoke user keys using the intuitive software, an efficient, flexible mobile management solution. What is the structure of the site (or sites) you protect? You will need different locks for high-traffic and low-traffic doors, indoor and outdoor use. Almost everywhere, wireless locks are much easier to install and to maintain than traditional wired magnetic locks — and more cost-effective to run. Certified wireless security locks provide extra protection for sensitive areas needing stringent standards. If you have a mobile workforce or manage dispersed sites, consider the credential management practicalities. For example, programmable keys that are easy to update with a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone app — like ASSA ABLOY’s CLIQ Connect solution — will save your staff time and money. For outdoor access points, you will need gate locks or padlocks certified for operation in extreme conditions Do you want to secure more than just doors? Some wireless systems have locks for cabinets, machines, windows and even server racks (handy if you want an extra layer of control over co-located servers). There will be workflow advantages in monitoring these ‘non-doors’ — medicine stores, for example, or car parks or lifts — from the same admin interface as your doors. Site users will appreciate the convenience of carrying one credential for every access need. For outdoor access points, you will need gate locks or padlocks certified for operation in extreme conditions. For example, CLIQ mechatronic padlocks are currently deployed outdoors at utility sites in Scandinavia and supermarkets in East Africa. Do you need real-time capabilities? Choose an Online system and you can manage and amend access control doors at any time and from anywhere, using the admin software. You can monitor sensitive areas like medicine stores remotely and in real time, and can revoke access rights if a user credential gets lost. In an emergency, remote locking or unlocking of an entrance could be critical. Aperio wireless locks, for example, are integrated with online electronic access and real-time monitoring systems in hospitals, manufacturing plants and student halls of residence. With some systems, including SMARTair, you can combine ‘Update on Card’ and Online updating for different doors within the same installation. The CLIQ Connect app and programmable keys make real-time control over remote sites or teams possible. Wireless access control offers a compelling mix of audit compliance, easy installation, cost efficiency, and seamless integration. It makes life easier for security managers, and is deployed in premises as diverse as power plants and co-working spaces; museums and care homes; banks, schools and skyscrapers.
HID Global, global provider of trusted identity solutions, has announced that it has added the HID Credential Management Service to its growing offering of cloud-based identity solutions. The service simplifies the issuance and management of trusted Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) certificate-based credentials. The PKI credentials can be used by a broader range of organisations for convenient and secure multifactor authentication and converged physical access to facilities, as well as digital signing and encryption of emails and documents. HID Credential Management Service HID Credential Management Service includes everything needed to issue and manage the lifecycle of digital identity The HID Credential Management Service includes everything needed to issue and manage the lifecycle of digital identity and high-assurance credentials using a cloud delivery model. It removes PKI complexity and enables a wider set of authentication use cases than nearly any alternative in the Identity and Access Management (IAM) market. Most operating systems and browsers automatically recognise these certificates, ensuring the digital identity issued by the HID Credential Management Service can be used as a foundation for achieving zero trust security. Endpoint authenticator options include smart cards and USB tokens, mobile app authenticators and converged badges for accessing facilities and IT systems. “An exponentially growing threat surface is placing many of an organisation’s global users – employees and non-traditional users – directly in the crosshairs of a potential attack,” said Brad Jarvis, Vice President & Managing Director of Identity & Access Management Solutions (IAMS) with HID Global. “Regulatory compliance is also driving greater need for high-assurance credentials, but certificate-based multi-factor authentication solutions have been difficult for smaller organisations to implement, or not flexible and comprehensive enough for larger ones with broader, more holistic needs. Our cloud service speeds and simplifies deployment with the broadest possible options for local and state governments, financial institutions and enterprises.” Identity and access management solutions Many IAM solutions have not covered on-premise applications as well as the cloud and virtual private networks (VPNs), nor have they addressed both physical and logical access. Their all-or-nothing approach to high-assurance requirements makes compliance hard to achieve. They also have difficulty supporting zero-trust security models for verifying identities of all users and devices accessing resources from inside and outside physical and logical perimeters. HID Global’s service solves these problems with the following capabilities: End-to-end solution for both on-premise and cloud protection -- Spans all requirements for deploying and managing trusted PKI, and for using certificate-based credentials for authenticating users to Windows and Active Directory as well as cloud applications. Broad authenticator options -- Mix-and-match choices include smart cards and USB keys featuring embedded secure elements, mobile app authenticators stored on a smartphone, FIPS 140-certified smart cards, and smart cards for converged physical and IT access. Flexibility: Integration with open standard protocols ensures the service will support evolving security needs and complex, hybrid heterogeneous systems across many locations, functions and architectures. Subscription licenses are easily added to support up to one million users. Easy integration and deployment: Works directly with an organisation’s Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) and uses a hosted multi-tenant infrastructure for fast deployment and simplified user on-boarding without expensive up-front investments. Cloud-based HID Authentication Service The HID Credential Management Service joins HID Global’s recently announced cloud-based HID Authentication Service for managing and using identities. In addition to its expanding suite of cloud identity platform solutions, HID Global also offers an award-winning family of on-premise IAM solutions. The HID Credential Management Service is available through a one-year per-user subscription license that includes round-the-clock support, access to the company’s IdenTrust TrustID certificates and the option of adding ActivID ActivClient software capabilities for automatic email configuration for digital signing and encryption.
Being able to verify people’s identities is critical for a nation’s growth and prosperity and yet nearly half of all African citizens can’t prove who they are to vote, travel freely and receive government benefits and services. HID Global, globally renowned trusted identity solutions provider, is launching an initiative to help close this identity gap and will be sharing details at the ID4Africa Movement (ID4Africa 2019). The three-day conference will be hosted this week from 18-20 June 2019 in Johannesburg by the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) of the Republic of South Africa. HID identity solutions HID Global brings to its initiative a broad solution portfolio, close working partnerships with leading integrators serving African governments, and strategic investments in its business operations dedicated to building a better future for citizens. The initiative builds on HID’s proven track record of enabling effortless and worry-free identity verification for the citizens of African nations, with a steady cadence of ongoing deployments across the continent. “HID Global addresses each step of the citizen identity journey and everything government agencies in Africa and other emerging markets need to deploy complete solutions for issuing driver’s licenses, social security cards, passports and other national ID documents,” said Jessica Westerouen van Meeteren, VP & Managing Director, Citizen ID business with HID Global. HID technology solutions HID Global will be at ID4Africa 2019 to highlight its extensive solutions that power trusted identities of a government’s people, places and things “Our initiative tackles the challenges of serving citizens living in remote, unconnected areas who are at the greatest risk of marginalisation and exclusion, and aligns well with the ID4Africa organisation’s ‘ID-4-All’ movement aimed at facilitating economic development and the success of humanitarian aid, government services, and other critical programs.", she adds. HID Global will be at ID4Africa 2019 to highlight its extensive solutions that power trusted identities of a government’s people, places and things. Each of HID’s solutions help solve the technological, infrastructure and other deployment challenges that prevent citizens from having the official identification they need to access government services and programs. Examples of HID identity solutions in practise The company’s identity document and mobile identity solutions pave the way for convenient and secure access to government programs and services. Tanzania is using HID’s citizen ID solutions to add e-Visa and e-Permit capabilities to its e-Passport, which HID helped deploy last year as part of the Tanzania e-Immigration program. The new web-based visa and residence permit services allow visitors and residents to apply for and receive validated credentials for traveling or living in the country. Several African governments have already embraced the company’s card and identity document personalisation solutions for national ID, resident ID, driver’s license, voter ID and refugee identification programs. Of an estimated 1.1 billion people worldwide, that cannot officially prove their identity, it is believed that approximately 500 million live in sub-Saharan Africa. Problems are worsened in areas where conflict adds to the millions of displaced people who flee without the necessary identification documents to receive basic legal, social and economic rights and opportunities. HID’s citizen ID solutions enable disenfranchised citizens to be enrolled into government identification programs Citizen ID solutions HID’s citizen ID solutions enable disenfranchised citizens to be enrolled into government identification programs, bringing empowerment, freedom and connectivity to those who need it most, and making social benefits programs more fraud-resistant and border crossings more convenient. The company’s broad portfolio help solve these problems while bringing a sense of inclusion, engagement and pride in regional and national communities. See live demonstrations of HID Global’s trusted identity solutions at ID4Africa 2019. Visit HID from June 18-20 in Booth #G1 at the Emperors Palace Convention Center in Johannesburg to learn more about HID Global’s broad range products, solutions and services that make it more convenient and safer to achieve what citizens want to do in everyday life.
HID Global, a provider of trusted identity solutions, will showcase its latest physical access control and secure identity solutions at IFSEC London in Hall 7, stand IF 2130, June 18-20. For the first time in the UK, HID Global will present its recently launched biometric fingerprint reader for secure access control, and a new, game-changing augmented reality tool. The company will also highlight new integrations using HID’s cloud-based card issuance for streamlined enterprise deployments and its award-winning mobile access control solution. Trusted identity solutions HID Global will present its extensive portfolio of trusted identity solutions and provide visitors hands-on demonstrations in Hall 7, stand IF 2130. Solution demonstrations include: HID SAFE allows identity information to be captured from physical access control systemsBiometrics at the door using HID’s new iCLASS SE RB25F fingerprint reader, which merges credential excellence with HID’s globally-patented multispectral imaging technology to fuel broad adoption of biometrics at the door. The high-performance reader provides an unrivalled experience by dramatically increasing image capture performance and fingerprint matching in under a second, significantly reducing delays that were previously symptomatic of biometric solutions. New Augmented Reality technology that innovates how integrators, installers and consultants deploy and use HID’s access control product. The game-changing HID AR Reader Tool optimises and expedites installation, while simplifying onsite upgrades and support with a powerful combination of 3D data and guided animations in real-world environments. HID Reader Manager, a tool that streamlines management of iCLASS SE and multiCLASS SE readers. It consists of two new elements: an app (available on both iOS and Android) for configuration, inspection and firmware updates of readers equipped with a Bluetooth and OSDP module, and an administration portal to grant key authorisation. HID Mobile Access for accessing doors, gates and more using a smartphone, tablet or wearable, and HID Location Services for accurate, real-time location awareness and occupancy data to optimise safety, meet compliance and reduce facility costs. HID’s latest card personalisation solutions, including the HID FARGO HDP6600 High Definition Printer/Encoder designed to save customers time, money and energy by cutting in half the time it takes to print the first ID card, while doubling overall throughput as compared to many alternatives. A powerful combo: HID FARGO Connect + HID SAFE: HID SAFE, Enterprise, a centralised platform for identity management, combined with the revolutionary cloud-based card issuance solution HID FARGO Connect, takes seamless on-boarding and credential issuance to a new level. HID SAFE allows identity information to be captured from physical access control systems, active directory, HR, and other external systems so that it can be pre-loaded prior to printing a credential. On 19th June, Spencer Marshall, Director of Sales Northern Europe, will participate in a panel discussion on ‘A security culture for your organisation’ in the keynote arena at 11:00.
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