Finding The Right Access Control System

All of our unique solutions are tailored to fit the specific security needs of your organization - no two systems we implement will be identical. Our solutions are cost effective, scalable, and secure.
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CyberLock

Customizable wireless access control system designed to increase security and accountability.

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Flex System

Integrates CyberLock system with traditional hard-wired access control system.

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NarcLock

A wireless system for securing narcotics, medical equipment, medical records and more.

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FlashLock

A wireless access control system that is controlled through any mobile device, tablet, or laptop.

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Security Phone

A feature rich smart IP phone with customizable program interface options and simple implementation. 

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Vandal Cam

A weather-resistant wireless solar powered security camera that is also portable. 

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The Importance of Access Control

Access control systems are becoming a standard in implementing security strategies for organizations. As potential security threats evolve over time, the traditional mechanical lock and key systems are no longer sufficient for securing facilities. The introduction of access control has given organizations a way to not only control access to large areas, but also monitor traffic going in and out. If you’re on the fence about whether or not your organization needs an access control system, ask yourself the following questions: 

  • Is a lost/stolen key an immediate security threat to your business?
  • Do different employees need different access privileges?
  • Would it be beneficial to restrict or allow access based on time or day?
  • Do I need a record of when someone enters or exits a door?
  • Could my employees and clients be more secure?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, your organization would benefit from an access control system. As technology has improved, the options available for systems have grown. No two organizations are exactly alike so be sure to find a solution that fits your organization’s needs. Some of the most popular types of access control systems include:

Benefits of Access Control

  • Audit trail – With an access control system, you will have a record of every opening and attempted opening of each lock or area. The audit trail can be valuable in resolving employee issues, such as time card disputes.
  • Time/day restrictions – Do you have certain employees that should only be there at certain times and days? One example is your janitorial staff. If they only come one or twice a week at night, it makes more sense to restrict their access to those times than to give them a key that allows access at any time or day.
  • Lost or stolen keys – When keys are lost, stolen, or not returned by former employees, it is an expensive process for a business to completely rekey each door. Yet it can be a security risk if the locks are not rekeyed. Access control systems allow you to easily remove access by deactivating the I.D. badge or other security credential. This can save your business time and money and prevent losses.
  • Remote access control – Many systems allow for control of all of the business’ locks from one main system. With these systems, you can easily and quickly lock down your business in an emergency as well as add and remove credentials.