Amazon One Enterprise (Preview)

Secure, palm-based identity service for enterprise access control

What is Amazon One Enterprise?

Amazon One Enterprise is a fully managed service that provides highly accurate and secure enterprise access control through an easy-to-use biometric identification device. The service helps organizations provide a fast, convenient, and contactless experience for employees and other authorized users to gain access to buildings and secure areas, physical equipment, and software resources.
Amazon One Enterprise: Building access

Benefits

With Amazon One Enterprise, you can improve organizational security, optimize operations, and deliver a more convenient, contactless experience for employees and other authorized users across the workplace.

Authenticate employees with their unique palm signature, ensuring their data is encrypted with all the security and isolation features of AWS. Amazon One Enterprise palm-recognition technology uses advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) to create a palm signature that is associated with identification credentials like a badge, employee ID, or PIN. The palm signature is a unique numerical vector created from the user's palm and vein image that cannot be replicated or used for impersonation.
Spend less time monitoring access, remove manual security checks, and streamline operations with cloud-based management. To implement Amazon One Enterprise, IT and security administrators can easily install Amazon One devices onsite and activate them in the AWS Management Console. Administrators can also manage all aspects of user authentications in the console, including monitoring the status of installed devices, managing software updates, and getting analytics on user enrollment and usage, while reducing the amount of time and overhead involved in the manual verification of credentials.
Provide a fast, convenient, contactless way for users to gain authorized access across workspaces without physical cards, badges, PINs, and passcodes. Amazon One Enterprise replaces the need for multiple authentication methods, and employees can use their palm to access physical spaces and digital assets. To begin, a user can enroll by hovering their palm over an Amazon One enrollment device and associating their palm with their organization’s preferred ID—such as badges, PINs, and passwords.

How Amazon One Enterprise works

  • Enrollment
  • Amazon One Enterprise Palm reader

    Enrollment

    Employees and authorized users can enroll in Amazon One Enterprise by hovering their palm over an Amazon One enrollment device and associating their palm with their organization’s preferred ID—such as badges, employee IDs, and PINs. The enrollment process takes less than a minute.

  • Authentication
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    Authentication

    After enrollment, users access physical locations simply by hovering their palm over an Amazon One device attached to common physical access control systems for uses such as unlocking doors, entry gates, and other barriers. When connected to computers or other enterprise systems, Amazon One Enterprise authenticates users for access to web applications and software.

  • Installation and management
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    Installation and management

    IT and security administrators can easily install Amazon One devices onsite and activate them in the AWS Management Console. Administrators can also manage all aspects of installed devices and enrolled users in the console.

Use cases

Amazon One Enterprise lets authorized users gain access across the workplace using only their palm. From physical to digital spaces, Amazon One Enterprise delivers secure, efficient services to address your enterprise needs.

Allow secure entry through doors, checkpoints, or turnstile gates.

Provide authorized access to enterprise assets such as lockers, printers, and restricted equipment.

Grant access to enterprise software applications and digital assets or replace multi-factor authentication.

What our customers are saying about Amazon One Enterprise

AWS Data Centers reduce risk of physical breaches

“With Amazon One Enterprise, we can provide secure access to authorized personnel without extra verification while simplifying the authentication process and reducing the risk of physical breaches. We look forward to expanding Amazon One Enterprise across all our locations.” 

Kevin Harris, Director of Global Security, AWS Data Centers

Paznic will improve security and customer satisfaction

“Amazon One Enterprise will help us ensure only authorized individuals can gain room entry and safety deposit box access without the use of PINs and passcodes. We look forward to launching Amazon One Enterprise across our locations to improve our safety deposit box experience and deliver the highest level of security and satisfaction to our customers.” 

 Jonathan Curelar, Chief Executive Officer, Paznic

IHG will streamline access to software systems

“With Amazon One Enterprise, our goal is to offer employees a new and convenient way to identify themselves and gain access to our software systems by hovering their palm over the Amazon One device. This approach will streamline the way we authenticate, give staff access to the tools they need, and make access easier than ever for them.”

Nick Krieble, Global Head of Identity and Access Management, IHG Hotels & Resorts


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