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NFC technology demonstration at Intel Developer Forum

HID Global : 10 September, 2013  (New Product)
HID Global is attending the Intel Developer Forum this week to demonstrate the use of Near Field Communication (NFC) in IT security on Intel devices
NFC technology demonstration at Intel Developer Forum

HID Global will demonstrate NFC Authentication to Intel-based computers with its Seos credential at the Intel Developer Forum 2013 (IDF13) in San Francisco, September 10-12. The company will showcase its innovative IT security use cases of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology and Seos, the industry’s first credential for complete enterprise-ready access control to everything from the door, to the data, to the cloud. The demonstration will take place in the Advanced Technology Zone at IDF13.

As part of HID Global’s iCLASS SE platform, Seos is a high frequency credential for increased security, flexibility and portability. Seos is a standards-based technology to manage and authenticate identities and it delivers maximum interoperability by supporting current, emerging and future technologies such as
NFC-enabled smartphones and other mobile devices.

NFC will be a standard feature of many smartphones, tablets and laptops, where users will be able to tap a credential to login to their computer in the same way that they tap an ID badge to a door reader for building access,” said Jerome Becquart, vice president of Identity Assurance with HID Global.  “HID Global is well-positioned to couple NFC with our ground-breaking Seos credential already used for physical access control, which can extend the use of the credential into a wide range of IT authentication use cases in the future.

To meet the increasing demand for securing contactless communications, Seos also provides superior data integrity and enhanced privacy protection by leveraging the industry's latest standardised cryptographic algorithms.  In addition, the credential can be securely embedded on
NFC smartphones for a broad wide range of other enterprise applications typically residing on smart cards.

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