AMAG Technology’s Symmetry Homeland Access Control Wins The Govies Government Security Awards
AMAG Technology is excited to announce that it is a 2017 winner of Security Today magazine’s The Govies Government Security Awards competition, which honors outstanding government security products in several categories. AMAG’s Symmetry Homeland Access Control was announced as a winner in the Access Control Software/Controllers category. AMAG Technology is a security manufacturer specializing in access control, video management, identity management, intrusion detection and visitor management.
“We are honored to receive this award and have our Symmetry Homeland Access Control solution recognized for its robust, feature-rich capabilities that have been securing local, state and federal entities for over the past two decades,” said AMAG Technology, Vice President, Global Sales and Business Development, Jody Ross.
We are honored to receive this award and have our Symmetry Homeland Access Control solution recognized for its robust, feature-rich capabilities that have been securing local, state and federal entities for over the past two decades.
Symmetry Homeland provides powerful integrated access control allowing users to take advantage of federal smart card standards such as FIPS 201, CAC, PIV, TWIC and FRAC as well as 128 bit credential number matching for UUID and FASC-N. Symmetry Homeland is FICAM compliant, having met all testing approvals required by the U.S. General Services Administration. Symmetry delivers alarm monitoring and routing, badging, graphical map interfaces, database partitioning for multi-tenant facilities, video management and more. The solution can be accessed via the SymmetryWEB client. Important optional capabilities include a fully integrated SCIF intrusion system incorporated with Symmetry Access Control hardware and the Threat Level Manager.
Winners were judged on features, innovation, user friendliness, interoperability, quality, design, market opportunity, impact on the security industry, technical advances and scalability.