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Sentry Enterprises unveils batteryless multi-function biometric credential

March 28, 2024SSN Staff

WEST CHESTER, Pa.—Sentry Enterprises, a provider of digital identity and data privacy solutions, has released its latest advancement, the Batteryless SentryCard. According to the company, “multi-factor physical and logical access solutions have never been more affordable, or safer, than with this groundbreaking biometric credential.” This latest SentryCard boasts several state-of-the-art features, including: Unparalleled power from a Batteryless Technology FIDO2 CTAP...

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Sentry Enterprises names Joseph Hayes chief product officer

February 22, 2024SSN Staff

WEST CHESTER, Pa.—Digital identity solutions provider Sentry Enterprises has announced the appointment of Joseph Hayes as its new chief product officer. With an impressive career that spans over a decade across giants such as Mastercard, Visa, and Walmart, Hayes brings to Sentry a wealth of experience in the digital payments and identity sectors. "Joseph's track record of innovation and his hands-on experience with digital wallets, tokenization, and real-time payments are exactly...

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Revised law to clear up N.Y. licensing flap

September 8, 2011Tess Nacelewicz

ALBANY, N.Y.—A state committee has recommended that state law governing the licensing of alarm installers be reworded to make clear local governments can't require installers to have a local license in addition to their mandated state one, according to Joseph Hayes, president of the New York Burglar & Fire Alarm Association. The rewording of Article 6D is expected to end a new trend by municipalities to require installers to obtain an additional license, which Hayes and others say adds to installers'...

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New York to combat municipal licensing trend

May 19, 2011Tess Nacelewicz

ALBANY, N.Y.—To end a new trend by New York municipalities to require alarm installers to get local licenses in addition to the mandated state one, a state committee is expected to recommend rewriting state law, according to the president of the New York Burglar & Fire Alarm Association. “Once we get the wording clarified that will pre-empt local communities from passing these kinds of regulations,” Joseph Hayes, who is owner of All County Security in Putnam, N.Y, and president...

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Post NYBFAA open discussion forum, Article 6-E put to bed?

February 17, 2011Daniel Gelinas

ALBANY, N.Y.—It looks as though Article 6-E has reached the end of its journey—for now. In a Feb. 15 email interview with Security Systems News, NYBFAA executive director Dale Eller said the New York state association's board of directors had a lot to think about after the Feb. 10 meeting at which two dozen security industry executives aired their opinions on the nascent central station licensing legislation. Eller said the board came to a decision late in the day Feb. 15. “As...

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