Now, as we return to a “new normal” and workers begin returning to the office or becoming comfortable in hybrid environments, some companies want to revert back to their pre-pandemic operations. However, is this truly the best decision? Or should they analyze what has worked and what can be done to ...
Have you ever accidentally hired a criminal? No one wants to hire bad actors, as it hurts both your company’s reputation but also can lead to problems down the line that you never even imagined. Often, background screening and drug testing processes are too complex and sometimes because of this, it’ ...
Join co-founder John Simion as he interviews Julie Toland, a construction project manager, about the benefits and use-cases of digital identity for construction sites.
Every industry has a set of regulations that individuals and organizations need to follow or face penalty charges. This is especially important for organizations that handle sensitive information. If a security breach occurs and sensitive information gets stolen, that organization can be held legall ...
Mobile devices communicate information and maintain compliance with important industry and government standards and regulations. 97% of organizations lack mobile device protection solutions that prevent data loss and sensitive information from being taken from a lost or stolen device. While mobile ...
Construction sites, by their very nature, can invite access control breaches. Located in accessible public places, utilizing open floor plans, loaded with valuable materials and tools, and attracting attention with their size and noise, construction sites are a burglar’s dream.
While many businesses across the United States have been shut down due to Coronavirus, the construction industry is in full swing. Because we need to keep our job-sites open and keep everyone employed, responding effectively to the threat of COVID-19 is of utmost importance. An infected job-site m ...
The alternative workforce has been a burgeoning part of the american economy for the past couple of decades. From a survey of 8,000 people across europe and the U.S., the Mckinsey Global Institute determined that between 20-30% of workers are engaged in different types of “independent work”.
Life in large, complex societies is continually beset by the challenge of identity verification. Anthropologists have posited that the natural cognitive limit for the number of people an individual human can maintain relationships with is between 100 and 250.
With rapid changes in the regulations and privacy becoming an important element for businesses and individuals, Identity Access and Management (IAM) systems are also evolving to keep pace with the dynamic changes. The latest emerging trends in IAM are discussed below: