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GCN : July 2013
GCN JULY 2013 • GCN.COM 13 INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY Special Report SPONSORED BY: CDW-G and Symantec TOPICS INCLUDE: NEW CYBER THREATS DEMAND NEW CYBER SOLUTIONS BUDGET SCRUTINY UPS ANTE FOR CYBERSECURITY PLANNING AGENCIES URGED TO STRENGTHEN RISK MANAGEMENT EFFORTS CONTINUOUS MONITORING: DON T TAKE IT LIGHTLY WORKFORCE TRAINING SEEN AS KEY TO CYBER SUCCESS TO LEARN MORE, VISIT: GCN.COM/2013INFRASTRUCTURESECURITY Shuttle Computer Group is trying to make it easier and more affordable to lock down buildings using biometric controls with its HR70 all-in-one facial recognition hardware. In addition to scanning faces, the HR70 has an op- tional contactless card reader that could work with Personal Identity Veri cation and Common Access Cards, and it even has a ngerprint reader that does not require contact with the screen. Designed for commercial, industrial or institutional systems, Shuttle will make a software development kit and an ap- plication programming interface available so integrators can use the HR70 as a basis for electronic access control sys- tems using facial recognition, optional card reading and/or ngerprint identi ca- tion. Programmers can use one, two or all three devices together to determine security access levels. Shuttle s HR 70 features a seven-inch LCD touch-screen panel with two 2.0 megapixel, 720p high-de nition cam- eras. It is powered by an Intel Celeron 847 17W CPU for fast search-and-match results through large databases. Using the USB 3.0, RS232 and two- way RS485 communications support, programmers can create dynamic ac- tions like opening doors, lifting garages, sliding bolts, releasing locks and other actions based on facial, ngerprint or card recognition, with almost instan- taneous results. And because these devices are connected to a network, they can be remotely monitored from a central location, and security personnel can view access in real time. The HR70 will be available in mid-July through ASI, Ingram, Ma Labs and Syn- nex. Pricing will be announced at that time, but company of cials told GCN that they expect the kit will be available for less than $1,500 per unit. • All-in-one biometric tool combines facial, card and fingerprint scanning BY JOHN BREEDEN II