|Steady growth for access control systems
Greater integration supports growth of electronic access control systems market in South Africa.
Electronic access control systems in South Africa have been gaining prominence in the last decade. Their ...
|The biometric route to improved access control
November 2010, Accsys
Biometrics is not the silver bullet some would have you believe.
The choice of what technology to use in order to bolster access control in business warrants serious consideration – especially given ...
|Securing access control and ID management
Smartcard identity solutions are converging with biometrics for uncompromised physical and logical security.
The security industry, as with most industries affected by advancements in technology, is ...
|The many faces of access and identity
November 2010, Technews Publishing
Compare the first Access Control Handbook and this version of the Access & Identity Management Handbook and you cannot help but notice how far the industry has evolved over the years. Not only has technology ...
|Individual access and privacy controls
ATEC’s i-Dentifid keeps both estates and the privacy of individuals secure.
Reports in the press around the identity verification solutions used by certain residential estates, as well as their potential ...
|Wireless technology makes access a cinch
November 2010, Education (Industry), Entertainment and Hospitality (Industry)
SALTO Systems preaches the wireless gospel.
Based in Oiartzun, Spain, and with offices in the UK, USA, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Portugal, Australia, the Netherlands, the UAE and Malaysia, SALTO Systems ...
|South Africa underestimates insiders threats
Evil hackers are not your biggest threat, trusted insiders are.
As many as 71% of South African companies have discovered cases of fraud committed by their own employees over the last few years. This ...
|Preventing biometric breakdown
November 2010, Regal Distributors SA
Michael Horvitch, technical advisor at Regal Security, discusses some solutions for preventing biometric reader tampering and destruction.
The past few years have seen a steady increase in the demand ...
|Migration to match company needs
November 2010, Johnson Controls
Johnson Controls supports paced migration that matches organisational risk.
Access and ID management systems are continually evolving, with increasingly advanced functionality built into the software ...
|Changing perspective in the workplace
December 2010, Ideco Biometrics, Identity Management
Time is money
|Hundure access control
November 2010, Raicom, Products
Hundure Access Control Solutions allow users to set the access restrictions on the premise according to specific needs. Set the time frame and method for entrance; indicate the group of individuals authorised ...
|Access control emerges from recession
November 2010, Healthcare (Industry)
The global access control market is forecast to reach over $1,8 billion in 2010.
The post-recession access control market has inspired new trends, while others have slowed. As Asia continues its quest ...
|HiTi card printer
November 2010, Products
Utilising 300 dpi high definition dye-sublimation thermal transfer technology, the HiTi printer offers edge to edge high-speed dual-side or single-side printing with 32 MB on-board memory and comes with ...
The evolution of a national health smartcard standard.
With the extensive press coverage that has been given to the planned National Health Insurance (NHI), naturally the issue of associated identification ...
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