Open Approach to Standardisation

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The physical security industry has a long history of making do with proprietary systems. This has led to today’s challenges of dealing with incompatible legacy systems, wasted investments and great difficulties anticipating future security requirements. The Open Security Standard (OSS) Association strongly believes that the way forward, and the only way to guarantee on going compliancy, scalability and extended platform lifecycles, is to establish open industry standards.

ISLOG and other OSS Association members talk about it. Read the article.

RFID Observatory

23 June

ISLOG presents RFID.ONL on STid stand at IFSEC London. First cards configuration creation plateform for access control readers. All through your web browser. RFID.ONL also encodes and personalizes access cards. WEB INTERFACE READER CONFIGURATION (STid Architect, HID Omnikey 5427 CK, neXus Cidron…) Customize your access control reader how you want it to behave and looks like. Define […]

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06 February

Security of industrial information systems, such as SCADA, ICS or GPAO, is a growing industrial challenge since the machine interconnectivity and the emergence of targeted attacks. These systems powerful in their profession, remains fragile. Their omnipresence in all industries such as production, food or energy has led states to consider this weakness as a national […]

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02 September

Easily encode RFID cards and NFC tags through your web browser or using your smartphone in a blink! Simply go to http://rfid.onl and start your secure MIFARE® DESFire® EV1 encoding right now. No installation required, any authorized workstation can become a card production unit in a few seconds. No delay; if you already have your […]

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