Physical & Logical Access

Biometric Access Control Card

Biometric Access Control Card is TrustSEC’s transformational Access solution that solution simplifies the authentication process, by successfully authenticating the user’s identity over Physical access points and Logical access with the user’s unique fingerprint.

  • High speed of access
  • Well-suited to accomplish high levels of security on one card
  • User friendly
  • Easily kept in a wallet or a purse
  • Dual-interface contact/contactless card
  • Protected storage of data on the card
  • Flexibility to incorporate multiple applications
  • Established international standards

Why Biometric Access Control cards?

TrustSEC Biometric Access Control card is powered by “BIO-SLCOS” TrustSEC latest version of SLCOS – smartcard operating system that enables biometric authentication to be executed entirely within the secure element.

TrustSEC Biometric Access Control card demonstrates a high level of flexibility as the technology used within the card is adaptable enough to integrate with any applet, is durable enough to last for many years, and is user-friendly.

Secure Web Access

Very Secure web login as the cards generates new Key pairs for every web application.


 The card holder’s fingerprint templates are stored within the card and the live template is sent to the card for matching and to gain access to protected files. 

Fast Integration

Faster integration within applications using the WebAuthN protocol for strong authentication based on the FIDO2 protocol’s public key cryptography.

Secure Physical Access

Biometric contactless access authentication that is ideal for physical access control. As ID credentials are no longer exposed to theft.

Unified Gate

Reduced complexity as end users can manage all access protocols (Physical and logical) through one card.

Multiple Applications

Multiple applications could be personalized on the card based on client requirements.
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1- What is FIDO2 technology?

FIDO2 is a standard for online authentication, created by the FIDO Alliance, which works with W3C and FIDO Client to Authenticator.

2- What is multi-factor authentication?

Multi-factor authentication is a series of phases of authentication that have the purpose of ensuring the highest security possible.

3- What is two-factor authentication?

There are three main types of authentication, which are pin, piece of hardware, and biometrical, two-factor authentication consists in two of those three main types of authentications.