The Future is Calling: NFC Technology Turns Smart Phones Into Secure Credentials
What: HID Global's live webinar, entitled "The Future is Calling: NFC Technology Turns Smart Phones into Secure Credentials"
Who: HID Global in partnership with ASIS International and Security Management Magazine
Why: Near Field Communications (NFC) technology is about to revolutionize the access control industry. Over the next few years, it will be possible to create, use and manage secure identity on NFC-enabled smartphones. Early adopters in the US and Europe are already showing the way. Smartphone users will soon have a single, ubiquitous device that provides physical access to their home and workplace, and secure access to their PCs and corporate networks. This informational webinar about mobile access control technology will be moderated by Mike Moran, special projects editor with ASIS International. The featured speaker is John Fenske, vice president, product marketing with HID Global.
Who Should Attend: Security professionals that previously focused on distributing and managing fobs and smartcards will now be expected to deliver mobile access with the same level of transparent "magic" that users demand from their other apps. To provide insight into these new expectations, HID Global executives will offer a rare look into critical mobile access industry developments, milestones and deployment timetables. Attendees will learn about:
-- New mobile access capabilities including on-demand, over-the-air credential provisioning and digital home access
-- Discover how smartphones can carry everything they need to open doors and access computers and network resources, including all necessary digital keys and smart tokens so they needn't carry any other cards, fobs or devices for building entry or system logon
Date: Wednesday, June 20
Time: 11 a.m. PDT/ 2 p.m. EDT
Where: Live Webinar
RSVP: Prospective attendees may register at the following link, and will then receive instructions for accessing the webcast:
Posted by Janine E. Mooney, Editor
June 13, 2012