Global security technology manufacturer, Gallagher, has announced that PIV Command Centre v8.10 has been tested and approved for listing on the GSA Approved Product List. This GSA approval covers both 13.01 and 13.02 topologies and allows v8.10 to be sold to the US Federal security market.
“This latest approval demonstrates our commitment to keeping US Federal customers up-to-date with the latest technology changes,” said Scott Elliott, VP of North America for Gallagher. “We understand that cybersecurity is a critical concern for our customers and PIV Command Centre v8.10 showcases our ongoing investment in this area.”
Command Centre v8.10 continues to build on Gallagher’s cybersecurity strengths, as does its recently released Security Health Check utility. An industry first, Gallagher’s Security Health Check tool is an award-winning cyber auditing solution which is available free to anyone operating or installing a Gallagher security management system. Designed to help commercial and government customers identify and mitigate security and cyber vulnerabilities and threats across the Enterprise Physical Access Control System (EPACS), Security Health Check also audits credentials, reader configuration and certificate validation settings, to ensure that Federal Physical Access Control Systems (PACS) are installed and configured according to FICAM policy.