Corporate Access Credentials

We promise a variety of solutions to secure physical and logical access to corporate assets.

In today’s high-tech world, it is essential for companies and organizations to control access to sensitive data or to specific locations within a building—there are many authentication credentials to help them achieve their unique needs.

IDEMIA offers solutions for each use case and proposes a complete range of corporate access control solutions from classical badges to more sophisticated solutions. This ensures each authorized employee has secure access to the enterprise premises (Physical Access Control – PAC) or to the corporate secured IT resources (Logical Access Control – LAC).

Typically, corporate access credentials can be something a person knows (such as a number or PIN), something they have (such as an access badge), something they are (such as a biometric feature), something they do (measurable behavioral patterns) or some combination of these items. The typical credential is an access card or key-fob. Newer software can also turn users’ smartphones into access devices. To provide the best security, companies can use a combination of physical and logical access control.

With several decades of experience in developing state-of-the-art technologies for access control, IDEMIA solutions answer industry certification standards allowing a separation of each type of access on the same badge or device.


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