IT Security for Physical Security

Target, one of the nation’s largest retailers with over $70B in annual revenue, was hacked in 2013 and their customers credit card information was stolen. This cost them $100M+ in settlements alone. How did the hackers get in? Through a … Read More

A Foolproof Strategy to Prevent Tailgating in your Building

Tailgating or piggybacking is the most common form of security breach that happens across residential buildings and office complexes. It starts out innocently – an employee opening a door and holding it open for others, visitors without badges, or the … Read More

Your Face is your Badge: Introducing new Access Credential Identity

Facial recognition technology is no longer confined to the world of sci-fi movies. There has been significant development in recent years in the use of computer vision systems for automatic face recognition. Systems now exists that can scan people’s faces … Read More