Brian Sims

Biometric access control: are fingerprint cards the future?

BREACHES IN physical and logical access control are becoming more frequent, costly and damaging. Now that biometric authentication is an accepted means of identification, can fingerprint access cards cut the risks of breaches and improve security? Join the Freevolt Technologies-sponsored Security Matters webinar on 12 September at 10.30 am to find out.

We will be exploring how biometric access control adds a robust security layer, which can be both cost-efficient and sustainable.

On the day, the topics of discussion will include:

*how biometric access cards work

*the business benefits of biometric access control

*legal aspects, the General Data Protection Regulation and data protection in general

*the costs of adoption and implementation

There will be an appraisal of the latest fingerprint access cards, including those which harness power from the reader, meaning that they require no battery, work ‘out-of-the-box’ with existing card readers and keep personal data secure.

Biometric access control systems can work to protect both the host organisation and its employees, duly improving business-level and personal security in a single package.

Chaired and moderated by Security Matters’ Editor Brian Sims Hon FSyI, webinar presenters on the day will include Gonzalo de Gisbert (head of product and business development at Freevolt Technologies), William Richmond-Coggan (partner at Freeths Solicitors) and Graham Evans (technical officer at the British Security Industry Association).

All attendees will receive a Continuing Professional Development certificate courtesy of Security Matters’ ongoing relationship with The Security Institute.

*Register online NOW by visiting the webinar’s dedicated registration page 

Company Info

Freevolt Technologies

W10 5AD

020 3176 2350

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