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Securing Your Campus with a High Tech Solution “Working Together for Success”

Securing Your Campus with a High Tech Solution “Working Together for Success”. UA Facts. Land Grant and Research Institution 37,000 FTE Students 12,000 FTE Employees 25,000 Cards Issued Annually 75,000 Active Cardholders 182 Facilities 800 Door Access Readers

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Securing Your Campus with a High Tech Solution “Working Together for Success”

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  1. Securing Your Campus with a High Tech Solution “Working Together for Success”

  2. UA Facts • Land Grant and Research Institution • 37,000 FTE Students • 12,000 FTE Employees • 25,000 Cards Issued Annually • 75,000 Active Cardholders • 182 Facilities • 800 Door Access Readers • 826 Smartchip Readers, i.e. copy/printing

  3. ……….Where We’ve Been

  4. Where We Are Going………..

  5. Security, in Layman’s Terms • Fingerprint + Digital Key = Bioscript (enrolling fingerprint on the card) • Fingerprint + Bioscript = Digital Key (authenticating fingerprint at the reader)

  6. Reason for Change • Grants and Contracts • Higher Level of Security Required • User Needs (Swipe Damage/Badge) • Personal Privacy • Secure Card Encryption • Associated Costs with Supply and Demand

  7. User’s Needs -- Card Swipe Damage -- Less Wear and Tear on Readers -- Ability to write new applications to the chip -- Lamination and Tumble Mag Stripe -- Some Grants Tied to Higher Level of Security -- Improved Business Rules/Internal Controls

  8. Teamwork

  9. “Building a House”Project Management Step 10: Home Warranty – First Year Repairs Step 9: Move in with Furniture Step 8: Landscaping Step 7: Finishing Work Step 6: Complete the Shell – Walls, Insulation, and Drywall Step 5: Rough in the Utilities Step 4: Frame the House Step 3: Lay the Foundation Step 2: Dig the Hole, Run The Lines Step 1: Determine Need and Submit Plan for Approval

  10. Project Management • History and Future Vision of Keyless Access • Beta Test (DESFire and iClass) • Senior Sponsor – set the tone • Stakeholder Buy-in

  11. Education, Communication and Marketing Plan - Website - FAQ - Scheduled Open Forums / Demonstration - Memo to Campus - Newspaper Articles - Emails and Letters Unrelated Issues - i.e. Hazardous Waste Pick-up Schedule

  12. Project Management • Pilot Test (BIO5 and MRB) • Administrative Infrastructure and Business Rules • Timelines for Deployment • Managing the Demand

  13. Legal and Mandated Requirements - Legal and Mandated Requirements -- UL Listing (fire and safety) -- Individuals with Disabilities -- Disclosure Form -- Concerns about Biometrics -- Higher Level of Security Required (Grants)

  14. Implementation: Outreach • Instruction Letter to Employees • Mass Carding Schedules • Move-in Updates/Timelines - Held Five Open Forums - Telephones Ringing Off the Hook – EVERY DEPARTMENT ON CAMPUS WANTS TO PLAY!

  15. Challenges • How to Table the Demand • Managing two smartchips in the interim • Transferring funds from the contact to the contactless chip by or in 2011 • Education and Communication throughout the process • SmartCentric and QI Technologies are sole proprietors • 12 in 900 were unable to enroll fingerprint

  16. Summary – Keys to Success -High-Level, Decision-Maker Support - Full Cooperation between Integrators - Listen and Respond to Stakeholders - Communication and Networking - Upgrading to new technology does not have to be scary – there is always a migration path to what you want

  17. MRB and BIO5

  18. Follow-Up Training internal and external staff and faculty Priming – RFID Readers Fingerprint enrollment Tumble magnetic stripe Lamination Elevated chip on card/printing considerations Juggling databases to verify eligibility Readers (metal plate and static electricity)

  19. Current Status of Project • Slight card design changes -- Holographic Lamination -- Bank Logos standard vs optional -- printer #, date and time (troubleshooting) • Issuing all cards with contactless technology, replace through attrition • Begin changing out readers to dual-interface beginning Fall 2008

  20. Current Status of Project • Have this Technology -- BIO5 and MRB -- Animal Care -- Marley -- UAPD -- College of Agriculture -- USB Bursar’s Office -- Parking and Transportation

  21. Current Status of Project • In Work -- McClelland Hall -- UITS • Want this Technology -- Mirror Lab -- Facilities Management -- USB FSO IT

  22. THE THANKS:

  23. Related Links OUR INTEGRATORS, VENDORS, AND BUSINESS PARTNERS http://catcard.arizona.edu/ - The University of Arizona, CatCard Services Diane Tatterfield, Assistant Director http://catcard.arizona.edu/bca/index.htm - *Biometric Contactless Access Project http://www.smartcentric.com/contactus.htm - *SmartCentric Technologies Chris Rizzetto, Sales Director, North America http://www.smart-id.com/ - *Integrated Engineering USA Steve Rogers, Vice President, Sales – no longer with Integrated Engineering http://www.amer-x.com/main.html - *Amer-X Securities, Inc. Dennis Peloquin, President/Founder, Amer-X Securities, Inc. Eric Peloquin, Vice President, Amer-X Securities, Inc. http://www.visiondatabase.com/ - ID Card System Software (IDMS) http://www.al-cor.com/ - Al-Cor Identification Solutions http://www.nisca.com/ - Nisca Printers http://www.fso.arizona.edu/fso/computing/ - *Computing Department * Denotes groups directly involved in this project

  24. “Contactless Smartcard Technology facilitates our ability to truly enhance the future capability and overall functionality of the entire CatCard program”

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