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More than 80% of data breaches are caused by stolen, weak or default passwords, and almost 70% go undetected for up to several months.

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For 25 years and counting, rf IDEAS has been taking authentication solutions beyond the front door to where work gets done.

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The global contactless smart card market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 18% through 2027.

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There are hundreds of proximity and contactless smart card brands and types in use worldwide. WAVE ID card readers are compatible with nearly every one.

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How Healthcare Security Should Work

Clinicians enter passwords to access secure workstations and applications 70 times daily, on average. Imprivata’s OneSign® authentication solution provides tap-and-go access, saving valuable time while vastly improving security.

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WAVE ID® Nano

Available in a wide variety of form factors, WAVE ID proximity and smart card readers provide clinicians with secure access to critical patient information virtually anywhere: from patient rooms to home offices to remote locations around the world.

 

What’s Happening

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EPCS and 2FA: Authentication on the Frontlines of the Opioid Crisis

As we all know, the long, national nightmare known as the opioid crisis continues to drag on across the U.S. According to a recent American Psychiatric Association poll, nearly one of three Americans knows someone addicted to some form of opioid. And, according to the CDC, on average, 130 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose.

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IAM is now a Top 10 Strategic Priority for State Governments

When it comes to IAM, state governments are concerned about managing access for both their employees and the citizens they serve. According to Doug Robinson, NASCIO’s executive director, “enterprise IAM approaches and solutions are gaining more traction in the states and are essential for managing secure employee access and supporting digital government platforms for citizens.”