Today’s CIOs are demanding seamless and holistic solutions to identity and access management challenges. Learn how a single authentication solution across an organization can help end users comply with regulations, among many other benefits.
September 03, 2012
Data centers are commonplace in the commercial and industrial sectors and yet they offer numerous security challenges. From initial risk assessment to implementing solutions to ongoing maintenance, find out how to cover all the bases to effectively keep these critical areas out of harm’s way.
September 03, 2012
During the Senate Finance Committee meeting last week, the Security Industry Association (SIA) advised the group that biometric technology could help reduce fraud in the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
July 02, 2012
David-Link Fingerprint USA from City of Industry, Calif., releases the DL-A biometric door access control system, designed for small to medium business applications.
SSI Staff · March 11, 2012
Lumidigm Inc.'s board of directors has appointed Mark Shermetaro as CEO. He served on the company's board of directors for two years.
February 05, 2012
evo Micro fingerprint sensor by Albuquerque, N.M.-based Lumidigm is an indoors-only reader and features the company's Mercury multispectral imaging sensor and an 8,000 unique fingerprint capacity.
SSI Staff · January 27, 2012
Funding for government projects has slowed but that is only a temporary hiccup in a security market with unlimited potential for skilled and savvy integrators. Experts in video surveillance, access control, biometrics and physical barriers lay out the tools for success.
January 22, 2012
Carmel, Ind.-based Schlage, an Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies company, releases the GT-400 HandPunch biometric terminals for collecting time and attendance information for small and enterprise businesses.
SSI Staff · November 12, 2011
Biometrics is one of the most fascinating areas of electronic security, representing both the epitome of high tech and the nadir of false authentication and vulnerability to compromise. But improvements continue to emerge, and so long as security professionals remain aware of potential issues biometrics can have a place in your access control mix.
By Bob Dolph · September 20, 2011
The world we woke up to on that clear September day 10 years ago was in many ways vastly different than the one we live in now. That world was before robust wireless networks, smart phones, broadband, GPS and a host of other technological advances that make us feel safer today. Our ability to track people, check identities and access infinite amounts of information via the Internet is leaps and bounds ahead of what was possible then.
September 04, 2011