Access Control System
PROTECT SENSITIVE AREAS
If you’ve ever dreamed of living in a gated community and the security a fence or guard could bring, an Access Control System could be for you.
Access Control Systems are most commonly used to protect sensitive areas in your home or business from unwanted intruders. At home, this could be a stranger breaking in. In your business, it could be a customer or low-level employee entering the manager’s area. Stop problems before they begin by installing one of our Access Control Systems to act as a “digital fence” between you and the unwanted.
Access Control Systems provide nearly infinite possibilities for keeping your most sensitive places safe and secure. Administrative users, such as yourself, have the ability to create specific roles and authorize new users to gain access. At home, this could be giving your spouse or children a specific code to get into the house (simply check the user log to see which code was used at 3 AM to see if the kids snuck out and came home late). At work, Access Control Systems allow managers to enforce a “Need-to-Know” policy, keeping your most sensitive assets behind a digitally locked door, available only to those who “need-to-know.”
Administrators can manage and control access levels to provide scheduled privileges for users. In other words, if you want to make sure your employees have access to your building for a certain time, you can schedule it remotely. Same for your family.
Perhaps the best part of working with Secure IT Securities for all of your security needs is that our systems synergize with one another. Our Access Control Systems integrate perfectly with our Digital IP Camera systems, providing you with an extra layer of security. Know exactly who is requesting access or information with your always-on digital camera. Change access levels on your smartphone. Never lose control of your most sensitive areas again.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or for a free quote for how best to ensure your home or business is as safe as possible.