Two companies approaching the data center market from different angles offer biometric access control to secure sensitive IT assets.
Alcatraz AI announces that it will debut its updated access control technology, the Rock, at the Data Center World 2022 conference.
Alcatraz will be on display at booth 1025 at the conference scheduled for March 28-31 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas, USA.
The Rock provides contactless biometric security with facial authentication to enable safe and seamless entry to modernize and improve access control systems, explains the press release. He adds that the solution is designed with features such as multi-factor authentication, identity verification, tailgating detection and video at the door, which allows him to help companies easily secure spaces and environments. data centers.
“Alcatraz AI’s facial authentication technology provides constant identity verification essential when adopting Zero Trust environments, keeping your data center assets secure,” said Tina D’Agostin, CEO of ‘Alcatraz AI. “We are excited to showcase our enterprise-grade access control solutions for the first time at Data Center World.”
The company, which recently saw its Rock platform recognized for its innovation in access control management, says it will also showcase its updated administration and management platform at the Data event. CenterWorld.
Meanwhile, EMKA UK, the UK subsidiary of locking systems manufacturer EMKA Beschlagteile GmbH, says it remains the leader in cabinet-level security and access control management with its biometric locking solution. for data server racks and other vital data applications.
According to a company blog post, the biometric lock system can be deployed by users in the finance and utility sectors as well as those prone to vulnerable industrial situations.
Reiterating the value of their biometric solution, Andy Billingham, Managing Director of EMKA UK, said: “Biometric lockout is recognized as the ‘gold standard’ in physical data security, with one, two, three and four factors. The EMKA biometric lock features “at the door” identification that meets PCI DSS, HIPAA, FISMA and more.
“Biometric cabinet access can be configured in a variety of ways – at the individual cabinet door and/or at the end of a row of cabinets – and offers a wide range of multi-factor authentication methods using biometrics fingerprint, RFID smart card technology and PIN code entry,” adds Billingham.
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