Looking for a Logical Access Partner to handle all the IT concerns?
We had a great presence at the ISC West 2013 conference in Las Vegas. One recurring theme we heard from ID resellers was their desire to offer their existing customers a value add, card based, logical access solution for network security.
I want to help you secure these new logical access business opportunities.
Companies, healthcare and government agencies are looking for multifactor cyber access control because of the increase in data breaches, implementation of privacy laws like HITECH, HIPPA and CJIS, and their overall concern for network security. Our Power LogOn cyber access control allows you to add logical access to almost any type of ID badge your currently sell. And best of all, it only takes a few hours to install.
Access Smart wants to be your IT security partner. It is our policy to work with you so you can offer your customers a multi-factor cyber access control solution. Here is my promise to you:
1. You retain full ownership of your customer.
2. You will be a reseller of our Power LogOn.
3. We will assist you and your customer on all IT integration, training and support.
Logical access control does not need to be scary, cumbersome, or expensive when you have a partner with 20-years of industry experience. If you are interested in expanding your business, up selling your existing customers and increasing revenue at no risk to your business, then please call me to learn more.
Data security begins with cyber access control. Cyber access control begins with Power LogOn.
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Access Smart, LLC
Industry Buzz about NFC Technology for Physical Access
I have always believed that any two competing technologies have their advantages when placed in the proper environment. Whether it’s a contact versus contactless smartcard, or NFC versus RFID card, both can do the same function but which is it the best use of the technology? For example, contact smartcards are horrible for physical access due to reader wear and exposure to weather environment.
I often see a company who falls so in love with their technology that they forget to understand the customer’s problem. They are playing the game of “technology looking for a problem.” That is what NFC for physical access may be doing.
Multifactor Authentication Cybersecurity
Power LogOn offers IT the flexibility to determine how best to implement multifactor authentication cybersecurity. It has always been Access Smart’s belief that Power LogOn should allow custom configurations to meet a company’s security policy, and not force a company to change their security policy because of a product’s limitations.
Power LogOn can operate in either On-Card Mode or Server Mode. This flexibility allows Power LogOn to be installed in a small office to a large multi-international corporation. It’s the same product. So as a company grows they can use the same Power LogOn software to migrate from one mode to another.
I just finished our latest video on Power LogOn Administrator On-Card Mode. In this video you will understand where On-Card Mode is best placed. Please watch the video and contact us if you would like to know how Power LogOn best works in your business.
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An SEO Cyber Mule or SEO Hack is when unauthorized links are embedded into your website without your knowledge for the sole purpose of increasing Google rankings. For Google to increase a site rankings they look for the number of one-way backlinks. That’s why the hackers do it. In most cases these links are to pornographic movies, material and services that have nothing to do with your business. These links are positioned so they don’t actually appear on the webpage, but Google can still see them when they send in the spiders. So why is this problem?
Other than the obvious reason that someone has injected code into your site without your permission, the bigger issue is that if Google discovers these links and deems them inappropriate, your site will be blacklisted. Blacklisting is when Google and other search engines no longer index your site. When someone is searching using your keywords, your site will never come up. Google often never informs web owners that they have been blacklisted, and the effort to get off the list can be very time consuming. Read More→