Showing posts with label Facial Recognition. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Facial Recognition. Show all posts

Monday, February 15, 2021

ALCATRAZ ADDS THREE FACTOR AUTHENTICATION TO ACCESS CONTROL PLATFORM


ALCATRAZ ADDS THREE FACTOR AUTHENTICATION TO ACCESS CONTROL PLATFORM
 | #Verdafero | Alcatraz, developer of secure frictionless access control products, has added Three Factor Authentication (3FA) to the Rock facial authentication platform to deliver the ultimate in protection for high security areas and zero trust environments (securitysystemsnews).

“Three Factor Authentication using a biometric like facial authentication in the Alcatraz Rock platform is really one of the most secure ways to control access.” said Alcatraz Chief Revenue Officer Tina D’Agostin. “At Alcatraz, we have worked to leverage the Rock to work as that third authentication factor so that data centers, government entities, nuclear plants, the military, and similar organizations can provide the secure protection they are required to deliver.” (read more)




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Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Dahua Technology Announces The Launch Of FACT Series Face Recognition Access Control Terminal


Dahua Technology Announces The Launch Of FACT Series Face Recognition Access Control Terminal | #TpromoCom #FacialRecognition #AccessControl #Dahua | Having cost a cumulative number of over 65.8 million reported cases and 1.5 million deaths globally and the COVID-19 pandemic has casted a shadow on almost everyone in the world (securityinformed.com) 

The Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Weekly Epidemiological Update and Weekly Operational Update by WHO gives us a hint that the situation might not recover any time soon.

Compromising to the reality, people are doing everything to better protect themselves and the loved ones in the new normal. Aside from taking the general advices that authorities give to citizens, such as keeping social distance, meeting people in open space, wearing masks, etc., people are inclined to seeking help from high technologies.

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