Good day, everyone. I want to tell you about a recent project we just did for a client. This particular client has an old surveillance system in their building. They thought that they were going to have to rip and replace all of the wiring in order to upgrade their image quality. We were able …
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How safe is your facility? – Access Control Vulnerabilities John and I talk about facility Access Control systems and some of the vulnerabilities! Andy Terrell: Okay, let’s get this thing started. Good morning, everybody. Happy Friday, and hope your working from home is smoothly happening and there’s some sort of normalcy in your life. Although …
Ben Conway with Mobotix talks with is three about the beneficial use of smart cameras. Ben talks about how the Mobotix cameras can proactively prevent costly machine downtime as well as provide fast response for cases where someone may fall and not be noticed.
Taking advantage of managed access control services means you’re no longer responsible for the day-to-day management of your access control system. Instead, your security company provides you with a managed hosting solution. At iS3 Tech Services, here’s what our managed access control includes.
Implementing access control for your building is as simple as following these steps. Find out how to get started.
Traditionally, many companies stored data for the systems onsite. However, hosted access control is becoming more popular and has several benefits.
While many companies invest large amounts of money securing their data and physical network, they neglect the needs for a secure access control system.
Monitored cameras help a central alarm station identify a crime in progress and immediately contact on-site security and law enforcement if necessary.
Schools often plan and practice for events that they deem more probable such as fires, health-related incidents, and natural disasters. However, they don’t rehearse what to do in active shooter incidents. School administrators present arguments that it’s highly unlikely that a shooting or bombing event would happen on campus.
College and university security plans are challenging to develop. The campus constantly grows and evolves, making it essential to re-assess your security plan regularly. A multi-layered, security equipment-oriented approach to security is necessary to enhance campus safety. There are several things to look at when upgrading your current plan or developing and implementing a new one.
In 2015, there were approximately 371 mass shooting events in the United States. Now, industries all over the world have the technology to reduce the response time of first responders to these incidents and save many lives.
With fewer people around and less traffic, you’ll have more time to look for problems and fix them. Here are three protocols you can review today that will enhance university security.
Enterprises are converting their traditional door locks en masse, replacing them with electronic access control systems that give their employees and other approved occupants keyless entry.
Every organization has critical assets, and those assets need to be protected in order to sustain the enterprise long-term. Before a security plan can be formed, it’s important to identify those assets that the security system will protect. Only then can an effective security plan be designed and implemented.
Choosing an integrator to oversee your commercial security system project may seem overwhelming. Using this checklist as your guide, you can make the process faster, simpler and less daunting. For a successful project, choose an integrator that offers the following…
Access control systems offer a number of advantages immediately after deployment: the convenience of switching to keyless entry, the ability to restrict areas inside a building at granular levels, and the ability to deactivate employee credentials in real time.
If your access control data is still stored on premises, you need to know about an even better solution: cloud-based access control. Here are some important ways a cloud-based solution can benefit your access control system.