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The 1989 sci-fi comedy Back to the Future 2, set in 2015, got a lot of things wrong about the future.
You’ve probably heard that fingerprint readers are secure and reliable. Get all the facts.
According to security research firm OMDIA, in 2021 fingerprint readers accounted for nearly 60% of all biometric readers for access control.
By this point you have probably heard of Mobile Access Control. In its simplest form, this is a technology that allows you to unlock doors using your phone.
Mobile access control replaces RFID cards and employee badges with credentials stored on a mobile phone. To use them, you simply tap your phone over a reader.
Replacing RFID cards with smartphone apps means employees no longer have to carry separate badges to work.
As companies begin upgrading from card-based access control systems to Mobile Access Control, there is a widespread misunderstanding that mobile is less secure.
In 2021, most companies are starting to consider Mobile Access Control solutions to make their offices more secure, more flexible, and to keep up with technology trends. Mobile access is especially good for companies exploring hybrid work solutions, which may need to grant access to certain people only on certain days.
Mobile Access Control moves the access credential from a standalone card onto your mobile phone, replacing RFID cards and employee badges.
Access control is a form of physical security that manages who has access to an area at any given time. Access control systems restrict access to authorized users and provide a means to keep track of who enters and leaves secured areas.
The COVID-19 has dramatically changed our way of life and given rise to a new normal where social and physical distancing and virtual interactions are commonplace.
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