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Quantum-Secure-New-Age-Physical-Identity-&-Access-Management-Platform
si Team
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Founded in 2005, Quantum Secure entered the market as a Physical Identity and Access Management platform. The company’s SAFE software suite helps its clients to manage identities and provisioning access in physical security infrastructure. SAFE is designed to connect disparate physical security and IT and operational systems, automate manual security processes and reduce both costs and risks.

“As part of the SAFE software suite, we have created a host of applications that help automate physical security system functions, such as physical identity management, role-based access, self-service administration, identity/event correlation and reporting into a single Web-based interface that is easy to manage and use,” says Ajay Jain, President & CEO, Quantum Secure. Using a patented, graphical policy engine, this solution enables security managers to automate physical security system functions. By deploying SAFE companies can attain full compliance to regulations, operational cost savings and tighter overall security.

Airports, government agencies, petrochemical organizations, energy and power facilities, healthcare and life sciences organizations, pharmaceutical sector, telecommunication companies, higher education institutions, banks and other financial institutions, and high technology arenas are all among industries that deploy SAFE. It enjoys a very vast customer and partner base. The company’s customers include giants in these fields including firms like Oracle Corporation, AT&T, new World Trade Center, British Telecom, Visa International, AMD, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, the U.S. Department of Energy, Aspen County Airport, the U.S. Federal Food & Drug Administration, U.S. Air Force, Adobe Systems, Baxter International, Juniper Networks, Symantec Corporation, First Data Corporation, the Empire State Building, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, San Francisco International Airport and the Toronto Pearson International Airport.

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