Access Control

Access control is a form of security. Physical access control regulates who or what can access physical locations such as a building, campus or server room, for example. Logical access control limits accessibility to computer networks, systems and data.
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Premature iris scanning stops Florida school district school bus safety system

A flurry of confusion around parental consent and the completion of a contract has prevented Stanley Convergent Security Solutions from deploying…

 

Shuttle launches new facial recognition hardware

Shuttle Computer Group has announced the launch of its new all-in-one facial recognition hardware, along with optional contactless card and fingerprint…

 

LaserLock looks to facial recognition for new identity verification system for internet gaming

LaserLock Technologies has developed a solution, which includes biometrics, to verify the age of players on internet gaming platforms. As internet…

 

Boston University introduces CBORD biometric turnstile and ID card system

Boston University has announced that it is now using a biometric ID card system from CBORD on its campus. Specifically, the…

 

BIO-key gets validation for IBM Security Access Manager for Web

IBM has granted validation of BIO-Key International’s finger biometric authentication solutions for the IBM Security Access Manager for Web. The access manager…

 

Data center security market set to grow to $13.77 billion by 2018

A new report has been published on the data center security market, which includes biometric access control. According to the…

 

Explainer: What is Biometric Identification?

Biometric technologies use physical characteristics, such as voice tone or hand shape, to identify people automatically. Behaviors, such as handwriting…

 

Explainer: Biometric Middleware

Biometric middleware is authentication software that enables various biometric devices and technologies and allows the match or no—match decisions made…

 

Explainer: Vascular Pattern Recognition

Vascular pattern recognition, also commonly referred to as vein pattern authentication, uses near-infrared light to reflect or transmit images of…

 

Explainer: Hand Geometry Recognition

Hand geometry recognition is the longest implemented biometric type, debuting in the market in the late 1980s. The systems are…

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