Torrance, CA (PRWEB) October 08, 2013
AMAG Technology, an access control, IP video and intrusion management (IDS) solution provider, is proud to announce that Senior Systems Design Architect, Adam Shane, will moderate a panel discussion titled, Secure Credentials and Access Use Cases at the 12th Annual Smart Card Alliance Government Conference on October 16 from 3:15-4:30 p.m. at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C. The government conference takes place on October 15-16, and the panel is part of the Implementation and Policy Track. AMAG has provided tier-1 government solutions to the federal government for approximately 20 years.
Adam Shane is an active member of the Smart Card Alliance and sits on the Steering Committee for the Access Control Council. He was also part of the Government Smartcard Conference selection committee.
AMAG Technology will be exhibiting at the Smart Card Alliance Government Conference, the leading annual event for ID security vendors involved in authentication technology in government identity programs. Attendees are invited to stop by booth 407 to learn about AMAG’s extensive government offerings and receive a demonstration of the Symmetry Homeland Security Management System, Symmetry Video Management, and the new next-generation Symmetry SR Controller.
“We are thrilled to have our own Adam Shane moderate such a thought provoking panel discussion at the 12th Annual Smart Card Alliance Government Conference,” said AMAG Technology, Director of Government Systems, Ryan Kaltenbaugh. “The conference will provide the opportunity to connect with government security thought leaders, exchange ideas and demonstrate our robust Symmetry Homeland Security Management System.”
Symmetry Homeland is a physical access control system (PACS) designed to provide powerful integrated access control and security management solutions for those users that need to comply with Federal regulations such as: FIPS 201, FIPS 197, SP800-116, M-11-11 and HSPD-12.
Symmetry Homeland supports all leading smart card technologies including CAC, PIV, TWIC and FRAC, as well as DESFire and iClass for even more flexibility. When higher levels of authentication are required, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and/or biometric reader technology can be utilized in conjunction with Symmetry Homeland.
You may contact Director of Government Systems, Ryan Kaltenbaugh at ryan.kaltenbaugh(at)amag(dot)com for information about AMAG’s Symmetry Homeland Security Management System, or contact Senior Systems Design Architect, Adam Shane at adam.shane(at)amag(dot)com to see how you can attend his panel discussion. Visit http://www.amag.com for more information about our products and solutions.