We can determine exactly which proximity card you need
Proximity cards can be intimidating to order especially when you are not sure exactly what kind of prox card you need. Not to worry, because we know all the right questions to ask. We can determine exactly which proximity card you need whether it is a HID® prox card or a RightProx™ compatible proximity badge. We will even send you a programmed one to try out so you can make sure it works with your access control system. We will take all the stress out of purchasing your prox cards and save you money in the process.
Comprehensive Access Control
Organizations benefit from access control systems to manage access and protect people, assets and property. We can help you with physical and logical access control solutions to secure your facilities, assets, networks and cloud resources. Physical and logical access systems can be integrated together to streamline processes. One converged technology proximity badge can control access to physical doors, as well as access to computer terminals and other equipment.
There are many proximity card technologies including magnetic stripe, bar code, 125 kHz proximity, contact smart cards, and contactless smart cards. Also available are key fobs, adhesive tokens and wristbands. Biometric technologies include fingerprint, facial recognition, iris recognition, retinal scan, voice, and hand geometry.
Physical Access Control
Access to buildings and physical areas are secured and controlled with integrated physical access control systems. Proximity card-based systems, known as key card access systems, are the most commonly used systems today, but other options are available as well. Physical access control systems utilize different types of technologies for physical entry authorization: Proximity Card Credentials; Keypad (key code); Biometrics (retina, fingerprint, etc); and Mobile Access (phones, tablets and smart watches). Multi-technology readers are available that allow organizations to use multiple types of credentials, as well as keypad and biometic scanning.
Logical Access Control
Logical access control is used for identification, authentication, authorization, and accountability in access with hardware. Logical access systems protect hardware from unauthorized use, as well as effectively identify and screen users at an administrative level. Logical access controls who or what process is to have access to a specific information resource but also the type or level of access that is permitted, such as use, change, or view for: PCs; Software; Databases; and Networks.
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