Category Archives: Visitor Management

Privacy Exploit – Easy Lobby Visitor Kiosk Access Systems and Others

Read full article on ThreatPost Student researchers working with IBM X-Force Red team find security holes in five leading visitor management systems. Excerpt: Visitor-management systems protect business against physical threats such as unwanted and unidentified guests. But many of these lobby-based perimeter checkpoints are opening up companies to a bevy of cyber-threats. On Monday, IBM’s penetration testing team,… Read More »

Check-In Kiosks Security – The Overlooked Security Threat by IBM and Wired

Originally published on Wired March 4, 2019 Overlooked Security in Sign-In Kiosks – Visitor Management Systems  (note: all are “mostly” patched) Wired published story of IBM interns infiltrating some systems (later patched). Typically there are USB ports exposed and sure enough in this case they found some.  We’re surprised that HID Global was the noted offender. They know… Read More »

So Which is Better for Visitor Registration? The iPad or the Android…

Originally published by Greetly at https://www.greetly.com/blog/android-ipad-receptionist“. iPad or Android — Which Should You Use for Your Visitor Registration App? Posted by Greetly on October 30, 2018 Thinking about implementing a visitor registration app in your office? Prepare to be amazed by the efficiency. An Android or iPad receptionist does the work of several people, all for a fraction of the cost. Receiving your guests in style Real-time… Read More »