CEM Systems has announced that it will exhibit its new security solutions at IFSEC West Africa.
CEM’s display will feature the company’s new sPass DESfire smart card reader and encrypted two-door controller, as well as advanced CEM IP card readers, such as the S3020 portable wireless reader and the S610f fingerprint reader.
The S610f is a single device containing both a reader and a controller that provides three levels of identity security: ID card authentication, PIN check, and fingerprint verification. According to CEM, fingerprint templates are encrypted and stored within the CEM access control system and then distributed to the S610f reader’s internal database at the door, ensuring quick fingerprint verification and enabling the reader to work offline from the server.
The new CEM sPass DESfire reader is an encrypted contactless smart card reader that connects to CEM’s new eDCM 350 two-door controller. The eDCM 350 offers an RS485 encrypted link between the reader and the controller, which CEM says will combat the threat of wiegand signal sniffing.
To complement the DESFire solution, CEM will also showcase its pre-personalized DESfire smart card featuring Triple DES (3DES) encrypted data storage, offering three high levels of encrypted security when a controller approach is required.
CEM will also exhibit the new version 6.2 software platform of the AC2000 security management system. AC2000 features a comprehensive list of security modules including ID badging, visitor management, access levels and integrated alarm/event monitoring. At IFSEC West Africa, the AC2000 system will be fully integrated with American Dynamics new Hybrid Digital Video Recorder (HDVR).
The exhibition takes place on 15th-16th February 2011 at the Eko Expo Center, Lagos, Nigeria.