There’s more online training available this week!

Allegion’s Security in 30 webinar series is designed with security integrators in mind.  The next session will cover custom encryption keys for smart credentials.  If you are an access control integrator, please join us on Friday, March 19th at 12:30 EDT, for Security in 30: Live with Allegion.

Security in 30: MIFARE DESFire Encryption Key Options– Why and How to Compete Against Proprietary Credentials

Friday, March 19th – 12:30pm (EDT)

As the industry evolves, end-users continue to demand greater electronics interoperability. In this session, learn more about NXP based custom encryption keys as an alternative to the dated proprietary models in our industry.  Evaluate custom encryption key strategies, end-user value, and how providers can leverage custom keys in competitive, consultative selling relationships.

Presented by: Paul Iverson, Credential Solutions Business Leader & Brian Marris, Product Manager Readers & Credentials

Click here to register for the March 19th session, or to access recordings of past episodes of Security in 30.


In addition, our national trainers will offer four more webinars on Webinar Wednesday (all times are Eastern Daylight Time):

  • 10:00am – 11:00am: Introduction to Basic Masterkeying
    • If you’ve ever wondered how master keying works and are interested in learning some best practices for establishing and managing a master key system, this webinar is for you. Learn how there is a balance of safety, security and convenience aspects to any master key system. Learn the standard industry terms you will encounter when discussing master key system requirements with others.  From this webinar, you can download a master key system survey form to assess an existing master key system, including identifying potential weaknesses of the system.  Join Gordon Malczewski, our Senior Schlage Trainer, for this informative session.
  • 12:00pm – 1:00pm: Access Control for Stairwells
    • Stairwell openings provide unique challenges for hardware and security professionals. As fire-rated openings, they must meet the requirements as defined by our building codes. And, as stairwell openings, there are another set of requirements set by our building codes around re-entry requirements. In the event of a fire, the codes want to ensure no one gets caught in a smoke-filled stairwell. Join Jeff Tock, our End User Training Manager, to learn more about how to meet these very important requirements while also addressing a multi-story building’s access control needs.
  • 2:00pm – 3:00pm: K-12 – Designing for Layered Security
    • When designing or remodeling a school, security and safety should be at the forefront of discussions and design. It’s important to understand the most common types of threats in educational facilities in order to create layers of security with the appropriate opening hardware to mitigate those threats. In this session, Schlage’s Training Manager, Gordon Malczewski, will provide you with code compliant ways to achieve lockdown status when needed.
  • 4:00pm – 5:00pm: Steelcraft Door and Frame Construction and Application
    • New to hollow metal doors & frames? Join us to learn about Steelcraft door types, such as full flush, steel stiffened, temperature rise, and style and rail doors. You will also learn the difference between masonry and dry wall frames, including some application and installation considerations. Leon Starks, Steelcraft Training Manager, will lead this session.

Visit the Allegion Virtual Event Calendar for more information and to register for any of these sessions.

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