Seguritecnia, Red Seguridad and the Borredá Foundation have organised the 8th edition of the Congress on Integral Protection of Critical Infrastructures and Essential Services (PICSE), which will take place in the Auditorium of the Hotel Meliá Castilla in Madrid on 25 and 26 November, with the possibility of online connection.
The Congress aims to address the importance of protecting critical infrastructures and essential services, bringing together major companies, such as dasGate, who will present their technological solutions designed to improve their security.
Identity verification and increased security at access to critical facilities
In our case, Carlos Odériz, Director of dasGate, will give a talk on “Identity verification in access to critical facilities”. He will explain how the company’s biometric solutions improve security and protect access to these infrastructures and services, avoiding the consequences that may result from the alteration or interruption of their activity.
At dasGate, we apply our ID document verification and facial biometrics technology to develop solutions that optimise all users’ security and access experience.
This biometric system is based on two stages:
- A fast and secure registration process that verifies the identity of users by capturing a selfie-and their identity document.
- Convenient and fast access for users, previously registered, through facial recognition readers.
Our biometric technology, continuously evaluated by NIST, detects identity theft false documentation and prohibits the entry of any user who is not registered in the system or does not have access rights, always complying with current regulations.
Thank you, once again Seguritecnia, Red Seguridad and Fundación Borredá for letting us be part of this Congress!