3 Factor Authentication
Providing Tracking Ability in Non GPS Environment
Data Analytics to seal your secure environment
System Generated Password as KPI with Identity Verification
Secure Access to your Network with Embedded Bio-metric
Security Measures Above Standards
To be successful in today’s access control environment, basic principles must be adhered to.
- The bio-metric template must be stored in the secure memory of a smart card, rather than in a database.
- The comparison between the template in the card and the actual bio-metric template is made at the door in the reader. If there is a match, the reader sends a Wiegand code from the card to the system. The system recognizes the code and opens the door.
- Use verification rather than identification. Verification means proving the card belongs to the cardholder. Identification means selecting the cardholder from a database of many card holders. This means that we refer to one to one versus one to many.
- Insights of who, how, when, and where any transaction is happening
- System generated password to be provided only after Identity Verification on the Badge
- Passwords are very secured and periodically changeable automatically.
3 Factor Authentication mix extra level of security while adding convenience. The Badge would be disabled in case of the following:
- Accessed by another person: We detect the live skin of the registered finger
- Secure Element mismatch: Badge was not programed by the facility
- Badge is being accessed in an unauthorized location
To further enhance security, the S-Badge utilizes advanced AI and machine learning to create a prediction model, which can help identify threats in real time based on past behavior and location data. When the prediction model recognizes unusual behavior – like spending too much time in a restricted area – the system can send an alert to security to notify a potential problem.