Indala has introduced the FlexEnterprise program, which enables end-users to use a password to enhance the security between card and reader. The format is encrypted using a scrambled algorithm and key, and is password enabled either at the factory or at the end-user's site using the FlexPassä ProxSmith programmer.
The secure format is then encoded onto the card and reader. The addition of a password does not impact the compatibility of the card ID and reader communication with existing control panels and databases. After verifying the password from the card, the reader passes the original data recognised by the control panel. The FlexEnterprise program enables the end-user to select the access control hardware/software platform and system integrator of their choice. Format security is controlled by a closely monitored authorisation process. Individuals must be authorised to order cards and readers, and each new order must be accompanied by a new authorisation form.
"The FlexEnterprise Program takes 26-bit format to a new level of security with the addition of passwords in both the cards and readers," said David Sullivan, vice-president of worldwide sales and marketing for Indala. "FlexEnterprise expands the capabilities of both 26-bit and proprietary formats by insuring that the end-user is provided card numbers that are unique to their worldwide organisation," he concluded.
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