The Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) today announced it has approved the Secure Credential Interoperability (SCI) 1.0 specification. Participants in the spec development include, ASSA ABLOY, Deister Electronics, Farpointe Data (a dormakaba company), HID, IDEMIA, Kastle Systems, LenelS2, rf IDEAS, SentryCard, Siemens, and Johnson Controls.
Introducing the WAVE ID®️ Nano USB-C
More than 80% of data breaches are caused by stolen, weak or default passwords, and almost 70% go undetected for up to several months.
For 25 years and counting, rf IDEAS has been taking authentication solutions beyond the front door to where work gets done.
The global contactless smart card market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 18% through 2027.
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.
When a healthcare institution wanted to better integrate laptops into workflows, Lenovo and rf IDEAS teamed up to simplify the log-in and logout process with a tap-and-go badge reader system, making it more likely that the user will log out when moving away from the system. The badge reader is fully enclosed in the system, making it easy to clean.
rf IDEAS, a leading manufacturer of credential readers for authentication and logical access, is excited to announce the launch of the WAVE ID® Plus Mini—a smaller, more compact version of its predecessor but with the exact same robust capabilities.
Let’s get it out of the way: it’s impossible to talk about 2021 without talking about how companies responded to the pandemic. It has presented challenges and upended numerous business models, and the RFID industry isn’t any different. But 2021 also saw some amazing technological developments, especially when it comes to our WAVE ID® technology, innovations in applications and form factors, and the continuing explosion of mobile, MFA and BLE technology.