Abloy UK launches Mobile Keys for increased security, convenience and efficiency

Abloy UK launches Mobile Keys for increased security, convenience and efficiency

Abloy UK has launched ASSA ABLOY’s IncedoTM Business Mobile Keys, a new type of credential that offers secure mobile access, simplified management and user convenience and efficiency.

IncedoTM Business provides a user-friendly interface for managing your access control platform. You have a choice of system management options — Lite or Cloud — to administer Incedo-enabled hardware in a way that best suits your business’ needs.

As an evolutionary extension to the ecosystem, new IncedoTM Business Mobile Keys can be enabled on mobile phones, tablets, watches and other wearable electronic devices, allowing the device to function as a user’s credential to enter an office or other business facilities.

They are convenient to use and can be instantly issued, changed or revoked over the air. What’s more, smart devices can add another layer of protection with their biometric authentication and screen locking.

Pip Courcoux of Abloy UK explains: “Research shows that 17.3% of card or fob users lose at least one card or fob annually , compromising security and creating a cost for the organisation to replace.

“Mobile credentials are seen as a more secure way to manage access, and people are less likely to lose a mobile phone in comparison with other credential types. A mobile key can also verify the identity of an individual, for example using a verification code or facial recognition.

Abloy UK has launched ASSA ABLOY’s IncedoTM Business Mobile Keys, a new type of credential that offers secure mobile access, simplified management and user convenience and efficiency.

IncedoTM Business provides a user-friendly interface for managing your access control platform. You have a choice of system management options — Lite or Cloud — to administer Incedo-enabled hardware in a way that best suits your business’ needs.

As an evolutionary extension to the ecosystem, new IncedoTM Business Mobile Keys can be enabled on mobile phones, tablets, watches and other wearable electronic devices, allowing the device to function as a user’s credential to enter an office or other business facilities.

They are convenient to use and can be instantly issued, changed or revoked over the air. What’s more, smart devices can add another layer of protection with their biometric authentication and screen locking.

Pip Courcoux of Abloy UK explains: “Research shows that 17.3% of card or fob users lose at least one card or fob annually , compromising security and creating a cost for the organisation to replace.

“Mobile credentials are seen as a more secure way to manage access, and people are less likely to lose a mobile phone in comparison with other credential types. A mobile key can also verify the identity of an individual, for example using a verification code or facial recognition.

Abloy UK has launched ASSA ABLOY’s IncedoTM Business Mobile Keys, a new type of credential that offers secure mobile access, simplified management and user convenience and efficiency.

IncedoTM Business provides a user-friendly interface for managing your access control platform. You have a choice of system management options — Lite or Cloud — to administer Incedo-enabled hardware in a way that best suits your business’ needs.

As an evolutionary extension to the ecosystem, new IncedoTM Business Mobile Keys can be enabled on mobile phones, tablets, watches and other wearable electronic devices, allowing the device to function as a user’s credential to enter an office or other business facilities.

They are convenient to use and can be instantly issued, changed or revoked over the air. What’s more, smart devices can add another layer of protection with their biometric authentication and screen locking.

Pip Courcoux of Abloy UK explains: “Research shows that 17.3% of card or fob users lose at least one card or fob annually , compromising security and creating a cost for the organisation to replace.

“Mobile credentials are seen as a more secure way to manage access, and people are less likely to lose a mobile phone in comparison with other credential types. A mobile key can also verify the identity of an individual, for example using a verification code or facial recognition.

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