Managing physical access has become increasingly important to utilities in the post-9/11 world, not just to ensure security, but to manage liability. Utilities are aware of their vulnerability to intrusion, theft, and vandalism. They consider security vital to their operations and are making it a priority. Controlling who has access rights and knowing when they exercise those rights is essential. Many utilities are turning to CyberLock. The CyberLock system of smart padlocks, electronic locks, and programmable keys offers affordable, efficient access control for every area of a water facility . . . even in locations that have no available power.
Did You Know?
CyberLock provides the key control and audit reporting needed to satisfy EPA Guidelines.
All key, padlock, and lock activity is electronically recorded. Email alerts and audit reports keep management informed of each person’s activities.
CyberLock allows you to control who and when someone accesses sensitive areas.
Each person’s key can be programmed with specific access permissions: what locks and padlocks they may open, and when they may open them.