Nymi leverages LEGIC security to realize new work paradigm
Workers in the future-ready workplace can now connect contactless, handsfree and passwordless across physical and digital networks.
Unified Print Environment at PricewaterhouseCoopers
The Q PILOT® printing and output management system controls PwC’s printing environment and encrypts data communication and storage end-to-end using the highest level of security. The employee ID cards based on the LEGIC Security Platform serve as a gateway for secure access to the system.
State of the art in technology and design at ÖKK Insurance
For ÖKK Insurances’ new head office in Switzerland, a cashless payment system with the LEGIC 4000 series security modules was designed to implement access control and time & attendance functions based on a MIFARE card population.
YSoft MFX Mobile Reader – Secure, contactless identity authentication thanks to LEGIC
Y Soft is a global provider of intelligent enterprise office solutions. A key feature of YSoft SAFEQ is secure access to printers through contactless identity verification. Using contactless readers to authenticate staff is a convenient feature which is becoming increasingly important to most…
Frankfurt Airport: How do you protect an access control system in an audit-proof manner?
Frankfurt am Main Airport is Germany's largest commercial airport. It employs around 81,000 people in various locations around the world. To manage access control security for its employees and contractors, the airport authorities have implemented a multi-level security concept for the numerous…
ZF Friedrichshafen: security independence thanks to LEGIC
The global company ZF Friedrichshafen AG decided to take advantage of LEGIC advant and MTSC technology for standardized access and ePayment functionality across its entire organization
ICA equips the biggest fully automatic car park in Dubai
The German company ICA Chipkartensysteme GmbH & Co. KG has equipped the biggest fully automatic car park in Dubai with transponder cards featuring LEGIC advant-based chips.
A new identification system for Austria’s Erste Group
When Financial Services firm Erste Group decided to introduce an electronic access control system for its over 47 thousand employees, the era of secure RFID dawned on the company, together with LEGIC.
Safe and Secure Food Production at Südzucker, Germany
With over 20 thousand employees, Mannheim-based Südzucker AG is the largest sugar producer in Europe. To ensure safe and secure production, the company decided to introduce a modern, company-wide system for employee access control, time and attendance, and operating data management.