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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”

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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”