Demystifying OSDP (Open Supervised Device Protocol)

An Ebook from HID Global, which powers trusted identities of people, places and things with access control, identity management, asset tracking and more.

The Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) was established in 2008 to provide a desperately needed alternative to long-antiquated access control protocols which contain a myriad of security vulnerabilities.

As the number of identified flaws in the Clock-and-Data and Wiegand protocols grow, organisations are turning to OSDP to achieve security, efficiency and flexibility.

This EBook from HID Global – Demystifying OSDP (Open Supervised Device Protocol) – covers:

  • Research findings and peer insights regarding protocols in use today
  • Limitations and vulnerabilities perpetuated by old protocols
  • Advantages and benefits established with OSDP
  • Methodologies to move toward OSDP

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