HID Global launched a new online service that it says will significantly reduce the time and complexity required for contractors to obtain employee credentials which comply with PIV-I requirements.
August 29, 2011
When the Employers Mutual Casualty Co. (EMC) corporate office building was built, it featured a state-of-the-art security system. Fifteen years later, the 20-story building requires an upgrade for its access control, fire alarm and building automation systems.
May 23, 2011
As part of its corporate rebranding, the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network (AEHN) needed to re-badge as many as 7,500 employees ...
Ashley Willis · April 13, 2011
HID Global Director of Government Relations Kathleen Carroll has been elected chair of TechAmerica's identity management committee. Carroll, who served as vice chair of the committee for the past two years, will now perform as chair through 2012.
January 10, 2011
ASSA ABLOY, the parent company of HID Global, has signed an agreement to acquire secure ID solutions provider LaserCard Corp. for about $80 million ...
December 21, 2010
HID Global and FST21 Ltd., a provider of intelligent controlled access and automation solutions and services, have teamed up to enable organizations to add HID's RFID readers to facility access points ...
November 02, 2010
ASIS 2010 may be in the books but the experience is likely to have left a lasting upbeat impression with many of the participating exhibitors and attendees alike ...
October 20, 2010
HID Global's parent company ASSA ABLOY grabbed headlines at ASIS 2010 here, announcing it has agreed to purchase authentication and credential management firm ActivIdentity ...
October 11, 2010
HID Global has launched a technical support portal, customer service tools and online worldwide sales locator, along with key enhancements to its customer service and North American sales support teams ...
October 03, 2010
An installing contractor leverages its expertise in integrating high-volume electronic turnstiles and security management systems in the lobbies of six Boston commercial towers. Fussy architects and ad hoc work schedules pose more than a few headaches and hurdles.
By Rodney Bosch · September 28, 2010