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Physical and Logical Access Control

In today’s ever increasing digital world, it’s more critical than ever for enterprise IT to restrict access to sensitive data and physical locations to only those permitted. Thales offers several converged badge solutions that allow for the consolidation of all corporate security applications on a single user device.  Our SafeNet IDPrime cards securely and efficiently allow for PKI-based Logical Access Control (LAC) to networks, workstations, email or data encryption & signature, Physical Access Control (PAC) to buildings, offices, and restricted areas, as well as visual identification of the card holder.  All users’ credentials are safely and conveniently managed in one unique device, featuring both contact and contactless interfaces.

Simplify your physical and logical access with all-in-one converged badging. Where convenience and protection converge.

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SafeNet IDPrime Cards

SafeNet IDPrime Cards are Minidriver enabled PKI smartcards, working seamlessly with any Microsoft environment.


SafeNet IDPrime PIV Smart Cards

SafeNet IDPrime PIV is a standards-based smart card for Federal, state and local government, their contractors, private sector and non-federal organisations around the world that want to leverage the benefits of the PIV standard.


SafeNet IDCore Smart Cards

SafeNet IDCore Smart Cards are based on a flexible open platform solution that can be easily customised to fit into any corporate or public sector environment. With a full range of multipurpose smart cards, SafeNet IDCore solutions support applications such as logical and physical access, PKI services and digital transactions and are available in credit card or USB key form factors for maximum use case support.

Thales Converged Badge Solutions - Solution Brief

Thales Converged Badge Solutions - Solution Brief

In today’s ever increasing digital world, protecting critical data and ensuring the identity of those accessing data is essential. The standard measures once thought to be strong enough are simply insufficient when compared to the sophistication and persistence of today’s...