“Identiv is honored to be recognized by the 2020 Govies, Secure Campus, Money-Saving Products, and Cybersecurity Excellence Awards” said Steve Humphreys, Identiv CEO. “Whether you’re securing your perimeter via the IoT or IIoT, locking down your campus in a life-threatening emergency, updating your physical access solution via a fast, simple-to-navigate web user interface, or carrying out mission-critical military requirements on-the-move — Identiv is the answer. These latest accolades are testaments to our proven total security platform.”
Identiv’s Freedom Access Control system uses encryption bridges at the network edge to communicate with onsite and geo-distributed software. It’s based on a software-defined architecture (SDA) that advances and leverages powerful web-scale-based applications. SDA makes it possible to change the underlying software easily without affecting the rest of the system. SDA aligns with migration from hardware-driven to containerized software-driven architectures embraced by IT departments and IT infrastructure providers and the current trend to leverage the Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), mobility, and cloud.
Hirsch Velocity Software with Lockdown is an integrated platform that manages access control and security operations, providing the security and functionality expected from high-end systems with the ease-of-use found in entry-level packages. The system enables campuses to provide a safe, secure, and proactive learning environment. With Lockdown, threat levels can be activated from any reader on a campus using a card or code with varying urgencies available for insider versus outsider threats. In the event of a full-scale emergency, complete lockdown features include inputs, panic buttons, access cards, PINs, and web client commands from any device. Velocity with Lockdown integrates with active shooter systems, as well as campus Blue Button systems, to alert both Identiv and the campus in the event of an emergency.
Hirsch Velocity Cirrus is a cloud-based Access Control as a Service (ACaaS) solution for award-winning Hirsch physical access, allowing users to control, manage, maintain, and update their solution via a fast, simple-to-navigate web user interface. Building on the Hirsch legacy, Cirrus maintains its reliability, robust architecture, feature set, and ease of use. The modular user interface ensures that anyone with Velocity thick-client experience will easily transition to this ACaaS version. With Cirrus, updates occur automatically and invisibly, meaning your system is constantly up-to-date with the latest software/firmware features, and you never have to lift a finger.
Thursby Sub Rosa PDF Signing is the latest feature of the secure mobile browser, available via in-app purchase. The new feature allows U.S. armed forces, federal agencies, and commercial customers to digitally sign documents on their phone or tablet from any location. By using secure Common Access Card (CAC) and Personal Identification Verification (PIV)-based certificates, documents are securely and officially signed, giving government personnel the ability to do critical approvals and sign forms anywhere, anytime. The Thursby Sub Rosa suite of mobile apps have over 200,000 federal users, enabling bring your own device (BYOD) within the U.S. Air Force, Navy, and just about every non-armed service and federal agency. Sub Rosa supports strong two-factor authentication access to secure web browsers with the ability to sign, encrypt, and decrypt emails — and now, the ability to edit and sign official PDF documents.