PKOC

Doordeck Joins PSIA Board

Doordeck has joined the Board of the PSIA. The company has an innovative product that enables smartphone NFC keyless entry for buildings, regardless of which access control system is installed. The company, based in London, England, was established in 2015, and its products and services have been integrated in buildings throughout the world. It is a subsidiary of Sentry Interactive of Austin, Texas.

Taglio Introduces PKOC Cards

Taglio has announced the commercial availability of its first PKOC compatible card, the P1190-DF1. This card implements the PKOC NFC specification for Public Key cryptography at the door combined with a Mifare® DESFire® credential. The Taglio cards will provide support for PKOC on its PIVKey and Taglio PIV Card products combining PKOC physical access with the Taglio Logical access solutions.

PSIA Launches PKOC in a Minute

Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) released a PKOC explainer video to its site. This video is less than a minute long and demonstrates how the PSIA’s PKOC specification works and will disrupt the access control market. While the PKOC specification is less than three years old, already there are commercial customers in government, energy, and commercial real estate specifying and implementing the PKOC specification in products.

PKOC on a Card Demonstrated- Sentry Enterprises Integrates the PKOC Open Credential on its SentryCard

Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) hosted a special interoperability event with seven companies involved in the access control market, demonstrating the emerging Public Key Open Credential (PKOC) specification. The Interoperability Validation Testing was hosted at Convergint’s facility in Centennial, Colorado and featured products from ELATEC, Kastle Systems, JCI, Last Lock, rf IDEAS, SAFR Scan (RealNetworks), and Sentry Enterprises.

PKOC Demonstrated for Cards and Mobile Access- ELATEC Readers Seamlessly Integrate with Vendor Hardware at Interoperability Event

Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) hosted a special interoperability event with seven companies involved in the access control market, demonstrating the emerging Public Key Open Credential (PKOC) specification. The Interoperability Validation Testing was hosted at Convergint’s facility in Centennial, Colorado and featured products from ELATEC, Kastle Systems, JCI, Last Lock, rf IDEAS, SAFR Scan (RealNetworks), and Sentry.

PSIA Hosts PKOC Validation Testing Event- rf Ideas Connects

Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) hosted a special interoperability event with seven companies involved in the access control market, demonstrating the emerging Public Key Open Credential (PKOC) specification. The validation testing was hosted at the Convergint facility in Centennial, Colorado and featured products from Elatec, JCI, Kastle Systems, Last Lock, rf IDEAS, SAFR Scan (RealNetworks), and Sentry.

PSIA Hosts PKOC Validation Testing Event

Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) hosted a special interoperability event with six companies involved in the access control market, demonstrating the emerging Public Key Open Credential (PKOC) specification. The validation testing was hosted at the Convergint facility in Centennial, Colorado and featured products from Elatec, JCI, Kastle, Last Lock, rf IDEAS, and SAFR Scan (RealNetworks).

PSIA Shows Free, Interoperable Mobile Credential at ISC West PLAI and PKOC Open Standards Event

On Wednesday, March 29, the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) will host a special event highlighting its Physical Logical Access Interoperability (PLAI) specification and its Public Key Open Credential (PKOC) specification. PLAI allows the normalizing of identity data across disparate Physical Access Control Systems (PACS). PKOC is a very exciting initiative, providing a free, interoperable mobile credential, which is likely to usher in a new era in the security market.