Hirsch Electronics Corporation

Hirsch Electronics Corporation

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Provides integrated high security access control, alarm monitoring, control of CCTV, personnel databases, photo badging, facility management, and more into one system. Systems range from basic keypad/controller systems to enterprise-wide networks connecting hundreds of doors for thousands of users.

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Velocity Security Management System

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Integrating systems is what drives return on investment. Hirsch's Velocity Security Management System seamlessly integrates access control, intrusion detection, digital video, parking/elevators, identity management, smart cards and biometrics.

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Velocity version 3.0

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Hirsch Electronics' Velocity version 3.0 security management system helps eliminate paper visitor logs, capture details about visitors and print professional badges. Its features include Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), partitioning of database and devices, advanced alarm/event routing and escalation, operator roles, split servers, support of the newest operating systems and databases, interfaces for additional DVRs and central station receivers, additional encryption, quick hardware typology set-up and device-level customization, person templates, multi-credential editing, quick-search functions and ID scanner support for person enrollment.

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Network/Physical Access Control Enforcement

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Hirsch Electronics has teamed with Juniper Networks and Infoblox to craft a solution that ties physical and network together, increasing protection for both environments. The solution was implemented by the companies using the open Trusted Network Connect architecture and IF-MAP open-standard protocol for metadata exchange endorsed by Trusted Computing Group (TCG). As part of the solution, Hirsch's Velocity Security Management System sent IF-MAP based physical event messages (metadata) to the Infoblox appliance, which in turn notified the Juniper network appliance that enforced Network Access Control (NAC) policies.

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