Facial Recognition

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: Campuses, Law Enforcement Reckon with Facial Recognition Bans

Campuses, Law Enforcement Reckon with Facial Recognition Bans

Implementing facial recognition is becoming more cumbersome as an increasing number of cities and states restrict the use of this technology.

Read: Schools, Universities and Hospitals Increasingly Invest in Video Surveillance

Schools, Universities and Hospitals Increasingly Invest in Video Surveillance

Now more than ever, educational and healthcare facilities value their video surveillance systems and continue to acquire a growing array of equipment and solutions.

Read: Most Organizations Don’t Care if Surveillance AI Is Biased

Most Organizations Don’t Care if Surveillance AI Is Biased

Nearly 2 out of 3 survey respondents say they either don’t care or aren’t sure if they care if their AI-powered security cameras are biased.

Read: Get Ready to Change the Way You Think About Security Technology

Get Ready to Change the Way You Think About Security Technology

New systems will no longer have a static set of features. Instead, they will be sold on the merits of how fast they can solve problems and how much they cost.

Read: Enhancing Campus Safety and Security with Intelligent Analytics

Enhancing Campus Safety and Security with Intelligent Analytics

Analytics employed in a campus environment can promote situational awareness and proactive risk mitigation. Here are six key applications to consider.

Read: Maine Enacts Toughest Facial Recognition Ban in U.S.

Maine Enacts Toughest Facial Recognition Ban in U.S.

Maine’s bill also gives citizens the ability to sue the state if they have been unjustifiably targeted by facial recognition technology.

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: 4 Ways Colleges Are Including Touchless Access Control Solutions in Their Safety Plans

4 Ways Colleges Are Including Touchless Access Control Solutions in Their Safety Plans

Before the pandemic essentially made it a necessity, many universities had already begun investing in touchless access control solutions to improve campus safety.

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