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Posted: 11/06/14

Die Security Essen ist für uns eine der wichtigsten Messen in Zentraleuropa. Entsprechend viel Mühe steckte in den Vorbereitungen: Wir wollten unseren Besuchern  unser umfassendes Portfolio unter dem Motto „Your Security. Connected“ zeigen: Kundenzentrierte Zugangskontrolllösungen, die Menschen, Geräte und Anwendungen verbinden.

Wir durften auch dieses Jahr wieder zahlreiche Besucher...


Posted: 08/11/14

Die IFSEC International ist eine der wichtigsten Fachmessen im EMEA-Raum und wir freuen uns, dass sie für HID Global wiederum überaus erfolgreich war. Die Besucher am Stand von HID Global wurden mit dem übergeordneten Motto „Create, Manage and Use“ begrüßt, das sich auf unsere breite Produktpalette an sicheren Identitätslösungen bezieht. An allen drei Tagen war unser Messestand ständig von...


Posted: 05/02/14

In diesem Beitrag möchte ich gern auf die Entwicklung in der Zutrittskontrollbranche hin zu offenen Standards eingehen, die zu einem großen Angebot an kompatiblen Produkten mit verbesserter Funktionalität und mehr Sicherheit führt. Offene Standards sorgen dafür, dass Zutrittskontrollsysteme ohne großen Aufwand aktualisiert werden können. Kunden profitieren so von den neuesten technologischen...


Posted: 01/15/14

I’m pleased to say that yesterday HID Global announced the opening of our new World Headquarters and North American Operations Center in Austin, Texas with an audience of dignitaries that included Chairman Michael T. McCaul (Texas) of the House Homeland Security Committee, State...


Posted: 12/03/13

CARTES Paris has traditionally been a resounding success for HID Global and CARTES 2013 was no exception. This year, booth attendees were consistently saying that it was the busiest the show has been for years with 2013 marking a major rejuvenation of the largest contactless technology-centric trade event in EMEA. This was certainly reflected at HID Global’s booth, where there was a constant...


Posted: 11/06/13

Change in the access control industry, together with innovation, is occurring at a rapid pace.   The virtualization of contactless smart cards, and their residency on smartphones, allows a whole host of new innovative thinking, along with the ability to combine many access control applications into a single, very convenient solution.

Recent new developments include using hand gestures...


Posted: 10/08/13

With ASIS International 2013 behind us, I was reflecting on how this year’s event reached a new high for HID Global with the introduction of an exciting and engaging way for customers to interact with our solutions for creating, using and managing secure identities.  Throughout the event, our booth was abuzz with virtual market tours, including:

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Posted: 09/10/13

It is often said that innovation comes from the confluence of several existing technologies. Today, we have such an event occurring now in smartphones, with the de facto inclusion of accelerometers, the addition of personal wireless technology (NFC and Bluetooth), and a powerful computing platform that is (almost) always connected.  Voila!

This is a perfect recipe for...


Posted: 06/18/13

The modern healthcare facility must contend with a difficult combination of increasing crime, tightening regulations, and economic challenges as administrators and their security teams strive to protect people, property and sensitive data.   The International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS) reported in its 2012 Crime and Security Trends Survey that the number of...


Posted: 05/20/13

As both personal and corporate data and applications move to the cloud and mobile devices, the saying “trust but verify” takes on new meaning.  It captures the practical reality of a world in which so many of our interactions occur online.  More than ever, we need mechanisms to verify the identity of the entities with whom we interact. 

Among the most important best practices is...


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