Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Grove City, Ohio is comprised of seven buildings, which includes the church, preschool, elementary school, rectory, storage garage, athletic building and modular classrooms. With 28 exterior doors now encompassing the fully renovated church, school and preschool, the parish knew it was time for a substantial security upgrade.
Identity management has become a focal point for enterprise security. With the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic and the scramble to support work-from-home employees, the real threat to business data assets, whether in the enterprise or the cloud, has become unsecured remote access.
The Neiman Marcus Group Inc., needed an access management software solution that could work with the retailer's existing access control technology, while allowing it to add new technology and sites into the future.
Each week. Kastle Systems has been monitoring access control data to find out building occupancy among American enterprises and determine which cities remain the most open amid COVID-19 and the work-from-home movement.
According to the Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA) study, for the majority of companies (72%) it takes one week or longer for a typical worker to obtain access to required systems. Conversely, it takes half of organizations three days or longer to revoke system access after a worker leaves, creating regulatory compliance issues and the risk of data theft. To make matters worse, for the majority of organizations (83%), remote work and other Covid-19 related factors have made managing access to corporate systems more difficult.
Organizations are exposing their business to unnecessary risk by allowing employees to have residual access to systems and applications that they no longer need to have access to. Security teams need to evolve their current approach to better manage and control unauthorized user access.
For most of their existence, the focus of elevator improvements has been on cost and efficiency. While those are still important, new technologies are closing the gap in current building security processes by putting the focus on vertical transportation.
Massachusetts-based NRG Lab, which owns and operates three gyms in the state, need a solution to tackle "tailgating" so unauthorized visitors don't enter immediately behind authorized members, as well as to ensure continued safe operation, protecting its bottom line during the heath crisis.