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  • Vanderbilt to showcase upcoming ACTEnterprise at IFSEC 2018
    Vanderbilt, a global leader providing security systems, announced that it will preview the upcoming ACTEnterprise access control solution at this year's IFSEC International, June 19-21, at ExCeL London.
    Editor / Provider: Vanderbilt Industries | Updated: 2018 / 5 / 15
  • TOP 10 most popular access control products in 2017
    In the second of a series of 2017's top 10 popular security products, asmag.com presents the top 10 access control products from 2017, based on page views from asmag.com.
    Editor / Provider: Lisa Hsu | Updated: 2018 / 5 / 3
  • BioSec chooses Fujitsu micro PCs for biometric access control
    Biometric security company, BioSec Group has revealed that it will use Fujitsu micro PCs from this May. The new micro PCs will support BioSec's goal to ensure highly secure, simple to use and convenient solutions in every fields of life.
    Editor / Provider: BioSec Group | Updated: 2018 / 3 / 7
  • Grosvenor biometrics transforms transformer manufacturer's productivity
    ERMCO ECI, one of the largest producers of oil-filled transformers in the USA was experiencing a high number of false reads with their incumbent time and attendance palm readers, leading to bottlenecks at the beginning and end of shifts.
    Editor / Provider: Grosvenor Technology | Updated: 2018 / 3 / 6
  • 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.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2018 / 1 / 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
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2018 / 1 / 12