Let’s talk Access Control, an important but often overlooked component of business security. By definition, Access Control restricts and regulates access or entry to a place or resource. Essentially, it involves a strategic business decision to select who can access that place or resource, with the access control solution being provided to meet those security needs. Clearly there are many benefits of restricting access, including: Greater scope to protect beyond doors/gates An access control system has far more possibilities than protecting just doors…think secure
Most security alarms out there require a code to activate and deactivate and while a good security code helps keep your business safe, the wrong code can leave you vulnerable. In addition to this, entering the wrong alarm code can also lead to false alarms and these can really add up in terms of call out fees from your security company.
Wireless technology has benefited us in many areas of our lives and security is no exception. Where security systems used to run on mains power and telephone landlines, nowadays there are some great wireless security systems on the market. Wireless systems use radio waves to transmit information, making them convenient to use and highly effective.
Keeping your office building safe and secure is a priority not only to protect the people working in it, but also to reduce your chances of experiencing damage from vandals or other criminals. Unfortunately, office buildings can be a target for criminals as they are often placed outside residential areas and can be unoccupied at night.