Harness the Benefits of Unified Physical & Logical Control Access

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Recent high-profile data breaches have shifted attention to external cyber-threats. Despite this newfound focus, the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology reports that more than half of all cybersecurity incidents can be traced to insiders with legitimate access to corporate facilities and networks.

This means working to confront internal vulnerabilities can prevent incidents from happening in the first place. By addressing both physical and logical access in a more unified approach, organizations can reduce their risk of a costly breach while also improving user experience and operational efficiency. While the notion of convergence is nothing new, this approach to security is becoming an increasingly viable way to mitigate threats.

To explore this further, ASIS International recently partnered with HID Global to survey security professionals regarding their experience and related plans on convergence projects.

Read this whitepaper to learn:

  • The benefits of unified physical and logical control access
  • Organizational and technological challenges to achieving convergence
  • Best practices to successfully launch convergence projects

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