security card news stories
How to design your own cutting-edge security ID cards
One of the first lines of defence for large enterprises, universities and government organisations is the security ID card. But instances of counterfeit are rising, and a simple photo ID printed on a plain white plastic card has virtually no defence such attacks.
Going back to work: Why we need to rethink enterprise ID cards
Australia and New Zealand are opening up again, and office workers are going back to their desks. Meanwhile, many companies still rely on outdated legacy card issuance systems, which offer little functionality or security assurances, and printing processes can be cumbersome.
How to successfully phase out legacy physical security systems
Legacy physical security systems often create a cumbersome and difficult environment for those that need to make use of them.
The six success factors for successful smart card migration
Smart cards are easy to carry around, can be programmed and reprogrammed remotely, and offer a secure way for students and teachers alike to access campus facilities.
Resellers get access to new market with Ingram Micro Entrust Datacard deal
Ingram Micro Australia has inked exclusive distribution rights for trusted identity and secure transaction technology provider Entrust Datacard.