Posts Tagged ‘biometric fingerprint reader’

fingerprint scanner from ievo

Monday, January 10th, 2011

ievo biometric fingerprint entry readers have been developed over a number of years into the  product we see today.

ievo have designed their fingerprint readers to fit seamlessly into existing card and fob systems making use of the original manufacturers controllers.The fingerprint scanners are able to use the wiegand inputs to send data and information to the existing controllers in the form of IP/data. The fingerprint scanner easily replaces existing card… Continue reading

Access Control. Is it just an expensive waste of time?

Monday, December 20th, 2010

I recently carried out a security risk assessment on a very large site in Yorkshire. The primary purpose was to satisfy the customers need to know why his access control was so unreliable and why there were people on site that clearly had not fobbed through their designated access points, more importantly why was he suffering internal losses?.

Administered from head office.

The access control software is administered… Continue reading

Biometric finger print reader

Monday, August 16th, 2010

Biometric fingerprint readers.

Biometric finger print readers are undoubtedly the future of access control. The traditional methods of access control solutions uses either fobs , proximity cards or key codes. All of these suffer from one basic floor, they are all easily compromised.

Security floor.

Quite simply , a code can be told to anyone , a card and fob passed to a friend or colleague. Of… Continue reading