Biometrics

Read: Using Biometrics to Enhance University Security, Health Safety, and Workforce Management

Using Biometrics to Enhance University Security, Health Safety, and Workforce Management

With biometrics, universities can eliminate hundreds of disparate legacy devices and unify a campus under one umbrella.

Read: Dorm Security Standards Are Too Low, Keycards Are at the Heart of the Problem

Dorm Security Standards Are Too Low, Keycards Are at the Heart of the Problem

AI-powered computer vision technology has become a new access control method of choice for student housing.

Read: How to Secure Multisite Campuses

How to Secure Multisite Campuses

To reduce redundancy, campuses can create a central security operations center with input from all sites’ video, access control, intrusion, and other security systems.

Read: Survey: K-12 Schools Prioritizing Physical Security, Colleges Lagging Behind

Survey: K-12 Schools Prioritizing Physical Security, Colleges Lagging Behind

Campus Safety’s latest survey finds that K-12 schools are way ahead of institutions of higher education in conducting security site assessments and maintaining door locks.

Read: Why Healthcare Facilities Should Adopt Biometrics

Why Healthcare Facilities Should Adopt Biometrics

Biometrics, which include fingerprint, face, and iris recognition, improve security, patient privacy, convenience, and more.

Read: The Pandemic Put These Access Control Products in the Spotlight

The Pandemic Put These Access Control Products in the Spotlight

COVID-19 has prompted many organizations to adopt touchless and biometric access control solutions, as well as other emerging technologies, such as contact tracing.

Read: Survey Finds Campuses Having Mixed Success with Access Control, Lockdowns

Survey Finds Campuses Having Mixed Success with Access Control, Lockdowns

Demand for access control, locks, visitor management and other solutions is on the rise, but the ability to lockdown is still a challenge.

Read: Surveys: Passwords No Longer in Top 3 Preferred Methods for Identity Verification

Surveys: Passwords No Longer in Top 3 Preferred Methods for Identity Verification

Experian’s Fraud Report found the top preferred methods for consumer authentication are biometrics, pin codes sent to cell phones, and behavioral analytics.

Read: Getting a Read on Access Control This Year

Getting a Read on Access Control This Year

Some education and healthcare facilities are retrofitting their access control systems while the U.S. is still recovering from the pandemic. Here are some other trends we will see in 2021.

Read: 5 Access Control Trends to Watch This Year

5 Access Control Trends to Watch This Year

Mobile-based access control, biometrics and Access Control as a Service are among the trends Swiftlane says will take off in 2021.

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