Quantum Secure, a provider of enterprise software to manage physical security systems, has deployed its Safe software suite for Toronto Pearson International Airport in Canada.
Quantum Secure said that the airport’s Pass/Permit Control Office, which issues restricted area identification/access control cards and passes for employees, was in need of technological answer to challenges involved in the time-intensive process. The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) selected Deloitte Canada as its systems integrator and Quantum Secure’s Safe as a customizable software solution that could accomplish these tasks-without having to replace the whole system.
Quantum Secure said that the Safe suite of software enabled Toronto Pearson to incorporate its existing, fragmented physical security processes and systems into a larger IT infrastructure, automating many of the previously physical, labor-intensive tasks of credentialing employees. Since initiating the use of Safe software for its identity management and access control security systems, Toronto Pearson has already realized reductions in credentialing processing time, along with related cost savings.
Ajay Jain, president and CEO of Quantum Secure, said: We would like to congratulate the Greater Toronto Airports Authority’s senior manager of security infrastructures, Bryan Scott, on his accomplishments on behalf of Toronto Pearson International Airport. As a result of his efforts, Toronto Pearson is an example for the rest of the industry.