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Access Control Executive Brief Forum TSE highlights the importance of Collaboration

by Geny Caloisi

The Access Control Executive Brief Forum at the Security Event 2024 in Birmingham, led by Lee Odess, offered a comprehensive overview of the critical role access control plays in ensuring security across various vertical markets. The discussions were enlightening and highly relevant, particularly in the commercial real estate sector.

One of the key takeaways from the forum, on the talk about ‘Access Control for Real Estate Vertical’ was the emphasis on collaboration among access control providers to drive market expansion. Josef Sachta from Sharry set the tone by highlighting the need for collective effort in advancing access control solutions. Sharry’s  B2B Workplace Experience Platform, centred around Digital Employee Badges, showcased a forward-thinking approach to redefining the workplace experience through seamless integrations and mobile access capabilities.

Contributions from Robert Lydic of WaveLynx and Troy Johnson from HID also underscored the importance of interoperability and security in access control solutions. Both companies offered insights into how their technologies enable businesses to modernise authentication methods while ensuring robust security measures are in place.

Scott Fisher’s perspective from Keynetics added valuable insights, particularly regarding the enduring relevance of physical keys in the access control landscape. While acknowledging the longevity of keys as a security tool, Fisher highlighted the evolving role of keys within the ecosystem of commercial real estate. Keynetics’ offerings, including the SentriKey and SentriGuard access control systems, exemplify a blend of traditional security with cutting-edge technology, catering to the evolving needs of modern organizations.

Overall, the forum served as a platform for security professionals to delve into the nuances of access control implementation and its pivotal role in bolstering physical security measures. The diverse perspectives shared by industry leaders underscored the importance of adaptability and collaboration in navigating the ever-changing landscape of security technology. As access control continues to evolve, forums like these provide invaluable insights for professionals seeking to stay ahead of the curve.

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