Convergence of Physical and Cyber Identity for a Seamless Workplace Experience
A unified identity framework that connects physical and cyber identity credentials provides a frictionless and secure employee experience for an organization's workforce, especially for frontline workers who often struggle with complex technology and sophisticated password policies. This is achieved by connecting existing badge identity in Physical Access Control Systems with HR and IT systems, enabling SSO integrations, using facial recognition (FR) for authentication, retrofitting existing PACS with mobile access, and automating employee onboarding processes.
The session will cover the unique challenges faced by frontline workers logging into shared devices and best practices for integrating physical with cyber identity using FR. Issues addressed will include data privacy, security, compliance, and the human side of the user experience.
Learning Objective #1:
Understand how to leverage physical identity for a unified cyber-physical identity management framework to enhance workplace experience and reduce login friction for non-smartphone savvy users to increase application adoption.
Learning Objective #2:
Learn how physical security professionals can increase the ROI and value of their department, to be of strategic importance in the digital transformation journey.
Learning Objective #3:
Uphold data security and privacy compliance by adhering to international privacy regulations, enabling end-to-end encryption, SSO integrations, and more.
Cybersecurity Pavilion Stage