NEC Corporation of America is trying to help businesses bridge the gap between remote and physical workplaces. To that end, the company is highlighting the utility of digital IDs with a new executive brief that explains how organizations can use digital IDs to create a unified access control environment.
In that regard, NEC notes that COVID-19 has exposed the limitations of more traditional security methodologies, since tools that were satisfactory when everyone was working in a central office are not nearly as effective when employees are logging in remotely. Digital IDs, on the other hand, can enable passwordless authentication for those working from home, and serve as a contactless security key for people who need access to a real-world facility.
Be sure to download the brief to learn more about digital IDs, and the ways in which NEC’s own I:Delight digital ID platform can help your organization achieve its security objectives.
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