Access Control

Access Control is a process by which users are granted access and certain privileges to systems. It can be used to regulate who or what can view or use the resources in a computing environment.
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Merging Access

Merging logical and physical security is becoming increasingly common because it provides a single point of control for all types of access. It can also prove to be cost efficient, since one badge or card is used for all purposes.


Access Control provides for encryption of the authentication data on the cards at rest in the data stores and during the transmission from the HID card readers back to the IAM systems.

Brands that offer Access Control Solutions

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Software should mesh with the existing identity and authentication management systems such as Active Directory and LDAP. It should be compatible with both the physical and logical infrastructure.

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