Nathan, on the other hand, used his computer skills to create a somewhat poor copy of an ESPN field access badge. Unfortunately, this copy was not caught by the security personnel and Nathan was let into the game and allowed access to the sidelines of the Clemson University football field.
The actual ESPN badges were supposed to be unique and secure enough to prevent unauthorized use. They were oversized which has become the trend in Athletic, and Event badges. But was that enough? Apparently not, or the security personnel was not aware of any unique features to the badge. But Nathan was smart and showed up looking professional and carried himself as someone who should be part of the on-field team. Appearance was part of the reason he was successful
Nathan was smart and showed up looking professional and carried himself as someone who should be part of the on-field team. Appearance was part of the reason he was successful If someone showed up in your building in a sharp suit, or a briefcase, or perhaps with an id walking through the halls of a school…would you know for sure if that person was supposed to be there?
DO your ID credentials have unique features to set them apart from bogus badges. Unique colors, inlaid foils or color shifting inks, holographic overlays, colored cores, UV images, micro-printing, or even custom printed lanyards or badge holders. What are you doing to ensure your security and protect your people and your property?