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  • Cybersecurity critical in the age of IP-based access control
    Like video, access control has transitioned from a mostly proprietary technology to an increasingly open, networkable solution on the Internet. However, this has also brought new challenges for vendors and users. In particular, making sure that access control is secure enough to ward off cyber threa...
    2018/03/30
  • Making office visitor management more efficient
    Keeping track of visitors entering and exiting an office building can be difficult and time consuming. With the latest developments in visitor management systems, along with integration of systems such as access control, security and emergency dispatch, keeping track of and utilizing visitor data ha...
    2018/03/21
  • Consider your door type before choosing an electric lock release
    The benefits of electric locks are numerous. They can be opened with keyfobs, passwords or biometrics instead of traditional keys that can be easily lost or replicated. When choosing the type of electric lock release, the material that the door is made of plays an important role.
    2018/02/23
  • Points to consider when choosing an electric lock
    The entrance is typically the most important part of a building that needs to be secured. Making sure that the door is properly locked, therefore, is critical. More and more, electric locks can play a major role in this regard, and how to choose an electric lock is key.
    2018/02/16
  • What to look for when choosing multimodal biometrics
    There are certain parameters to determine the quality or effectiveness of a multimodal biometric solution. Capacity, false acceptance rate and false rejection rate are some examples. But ultimately, choosing a system requires a basic understanding of how it fits the user's environment or suit their ...
    2018/01/17
  • Fingerprint-face readers see growth potential
    Fingerprint is still the primary biometric used in readers and other access control devices. However, certain limitations have prompted users to look for the possibility of adding other biometrics in addition to fingerprint. Face, then, becomes a viable solution.
    2018/01/16
  • Multimodal biometrics add extra layer of security
    More and more, end user organizations are deploying multimodal biometrics, which have certain advantages over unimodal solutions. Fingerprint readers alone, for example, can't read people with broken or wrinkled skin. Multimodal readers combining two biometrics, be they fingerprint and face or finge...
    2018/01/12
  • Unlocking the potential of smart locks through integration
    The evolution of smart technology over the past few years has transcended every industry. A few years ago smart locks were a new idea, an idea that seemed more about hype than true functionality.
    2018/01/10
  • Improved security the key to smart lock growth
    The high-tech nature of today's world means nothing, including the locks on our doors, can be too smart. However, intelligence comes with risks, and companies have worked hard to address end-user concerns. By improving safety and security, user confidence in smart locks is helping to drive market gr...
    2018/01/08
  • BIM opens new doors for access control players
    Building information modeling (BIM) has gained more and more attention in the construction business. Various benefits of the technology are expected to drive its future growth. As a result, security manufacturers, including those making access control solutions, should embrace the opportunities brou...
    2017/12/06