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As the world evolves, so has security and how we utilize access control systems. While the objective of ensuring authorized access based on specific privileges remains the same, the means of doing this has radically changed.
Today, security requirements are more demanding than ever, and physical access control systems are no longer standalone. Many of today’s access control systems are a mix of technologies from various manufacturers spanning different product generations. But how did we get here? Does this
solve today’s problems?
In this webinar, experts will discuss the current state of the access control system market and why it has developed into what it is today. Additionally, they'll assess the current challenges businesses are facing, evaluate how access control systems are addressing them and predict what access control will look like in the future.
This webinar is part of a three-part series to discuss and take a deep dive on the results of the State of the Market survey conducted by Security Info Watch in tandem with Brivo. This part of the webinar series will answer the following questions:
● What is the current state of the market for security and access control systems?
● How has security and access control evolved in the last 60 years?
● What are the current pain points or challenges businesses face with their access control
● What has driven the expanding advanced technology options for access control systems?
Senior Manager Product Marketing
Hansel Oh is a senior product marketer. As a veteran in SaaS, security and cybersecurity, Hansel helps identify market trends and how solutions can serve and deliver value for Brivo customers. He has over 20 years of experience at multinational companies, including RSA Security and Verisign, in product management and product marketing roles. At Brivo, he is tasked with finding new innovative solutions that transform security to solve the underlying problems in corporations, real estate, properties and facilities.