Finding a Painless Path to Modern Access Control
Today’s enterprise faces increasingly sophisticated threats, from both inside and outside the organization. Done properly, physical access control systems (PACS) securely enable the flow of people, business and productivity – while keeping risks at bay. Unfortunately, many organizations are struggling to keep their legacy access control systems secure, compliant and affordable. These legacy PACS simply cannot keep up with the pace of the digital transformation. To be effective, modern access control must be integrated, proactive, and dynamic.
Whether you are securing a single door or hundreds of new facilities, it’s time to modernize access control. Using the right approach, you can transform your existing access control from a “check-the-box” tool to a value-generating solution – without undergoing a painful, slow and expensive “rip and replace” effort.
Join this webinar to learn how to:
- Upgrade your physical access control system (PACS) without proprietary hardware
- Detect abnormal access control system activity for increased situational awareness
- Manage access permissions based on real-time risk scores
- Improve life and building safety and ensure compliance with modern access control
- Effectively integrate PACS with 3rd party data
Register below for this free webinar
DATE: March 14, 2019
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
John Carter, co-founder & CTO, ReconaSense
John is a former NASA engineer, security industry veteran, and system architect for solutions spanning federal and commercial applications. After starting at NASA, John spent 5 years serving on the SIA Board of Directors and chairing the Homeland Security Advisory Group, leading it to become a SIA Executive Committee. Following 9/11, John participated in Federal “Go Teams” to establish new guidelines and define new technologies for federal security. ReconaSense is based on John’s 7th generation of Access Control technology and is architected to dominate the future of physical security.
Duration: 1 Hour