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With this acquisition, HID Global will enhance its ability to deliver an end-to-end identity management solution
HID Global’s broad reach and Quantum Secure’s software suite will help customers mitigate risk and ensure compliance

HID Global, a worldwide leader in secure identity solutions, recently announced that it has acquired Quantum Secure, a leading provider of software solutions for managing identities, access compliance and provisioning access within physical security infrastructure. With this acquisition, HID Global will enhance its ability to deliver an end-to-end identity management solution.

SAFE software suite - integrated physical security policy platform

Quantum Secure’s SAFE software suite provides a single, fully interoperable and integrated physical security policy platform to manage secure identities, compliance and operational analytics across multiple sites and systems. Using this platform, customers are able to reduce operational costs and the risk profile of the organisation as well as foster compliance with regulations across disparate security infrastructure.

“With the acquisition of Quantum Secure, HID Global is taking a significant step in addressing customer needs in managing identity, risk and compliance. The company has been at the forefront in delivering a versatile management tool for all organisations, especially those in highly-regulated industries such as finance and healthcare with demanding compliance requirements,” said Denis Hébert, HID Global President and CEO. “Going forward, the combination of Quantum Secure’s SAFE software suite with HID’s product portfolio will deliver ever better and more comprehensive solutions for our customers.”

“The growing need for compliance and risk management for a diverse set of identities will have to be satisfied by intelligent, predictive data analysis and related process automation in a global security environment. By bringing together HID Global’s best-in-class technologies, its global reach and Quantum Secure’s software suite, this acquisition will help customers mitigate risk and ensure compliance,” said Ajay Jain, Quantum Secure’s CEO.

Quantum Secure, founded in 2004, is headquartered in San Jose, California.

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