ASIS Technologies Face Recognition terminal with Mask and Fever Detection capabilities provide an all-in-one solution for COVID safe environment. High accuracy of recognition and the extremely efficient setup make it suitable for every corporate facility ensuring security and health of everyone.
To guarantee uniqueness of any access card, the contactless access control reader must read data that has been encrypted and stored in the card. The card reader must unlock the smartcard to gain access to the encrypted data. The encrypted data is read and decrypted with a secret key available only in an authorised smart card reader. Because the secret data is hidden from view and data transmission is in encrypted form, it makes the access card impossible to clone or hack.
Even more important than storing encrypted data with a strong encryption key is the issue of where and who to keep the keys. Should the key be entrusted to the boss or an employee? What if this person resigns, forgets or attempts to sabotage the company? In principle, secret keys should be robust and never made vulnerable by one or more persons. The solution is to use a professional, purpose built Secret Key Management System (SKeyMa). The seeds to create a master secret key can come from one or more persons, without any one person in the mix having knowledge or visibility of the actual master key. The master key that is generated is stored in a highly secure medium to ensure the highest possible level of security.
User access cards are commonly passed around without much thought to security compromise. A highly secure access control system must protect against any such potential breach of security. The use of secure encryption keys to protect data stored in user access cards ensure that the cards cannot be cloned or hacked. Ensuring that user data is also encrypted while in transit to the access controller, and subsequently to the host is also very important to protect the secrecy and authenticity of every single transaction in the access control system. A system with such end-to-end encryption complies to the highest level of corporate security.