When Security Means Business.

Good protection proved critical to profits at Communication Concepts, Inc. (CCI), a twenty-five-year old direct mail and marketing firm whose clients made better security at the facility a condition of doing business. Communication Concepts, Inc., (CCI) had always relied on mechanical locks to secure its facility. There were no security officers or electronic security systems the company never saw a need for them. But when two of its clients insisted that CCI increase its security measures as a condition of doing business, the company saw an opportunity not only to keep its customers happy but also to better protect its personnel and other assets. Three months and $250,000 later, the company had an electronic access control system and CCTV surveillance capability that has dramatically improved security and boosted business. CCI was founded twenty-five years ago in Ivyland, Pennsylvania, about thirty miles north of Philadelphia. The company has slowly grown over the years and now occupies seven buildings on about ten acres in an industrial park. The company's main business is to handle direct mail promotional campaigns for a variety of clients, including banks, retailers, and credit card companies. From its 80,000-square-foot lettershop, employees collate promotional materials, insert them in envelopes, and deliver them to the on-site U.S. Post Office for mailing. In all, CCI mails about 400 million packages of all sizes each year for corporate clients. In 1997, two of these clients asked CCI to improve its security. Although CCI had never had a breach of security, the clients felt that mechanical keys were no longer safe enough to protect the many sensitive documents that clients give to CCI as a routine part of business (for example, banks often hire CCI to mail out financial statements to account holders). The company responded immediately, appointing the facility and operations manager to a project team to develop a plan for access control and surveillance. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS. CCI had a large, permanent staff of 650 employees, plus it frequently used temporary employees from employment agencies. It also had high turnover. These factors combined to make key control difficult. The project team, therefore, agreed that, though the old mechanical locks had worked well over the years, the company now required an electronic access control system. An electronic system would allow the company to remove unauthorized cardholders from the database without having to rekey an entire facility. The company also wanted an electronic access control system that could be integrated with its time and attendance system, which was scheduled to be upgraded. Having a dual system would make it easier for the company to manage both functions, while allowing employees to carry only one card. CCI also wanted a system that could be controlled from a single location. With seven buildings, the company did not want individual control stations in each building requiring someone to make multiple computer entries when changes were required, such as deleting an employee from the card database. In addition, CCI wanted a security system that could communicate over the telephone lines already in place. All of the system components also had to be Year 2000-compliant. Another initial requirement for the system was that it use proximity technology for the access card and that it be integrated with a photo ID badging station. Proximity cards tend to last longer than badges that are continually swiped through a reader. In addition, the company had already selected proximity technology for the upgrade of its time and attendance system. By using the same technology, the two systems could share one database. FEATURES. CCI met with four vendors, examined their access control products, and eventually took bids from each. The access control and video badging system offered by Hirsch Electronics was selected. The system, which was installed by Access Security Corporation of Warminster, Pennsylvania, is run from a password-protected central computer located at the company's human resource (HR) department. Authorized personnel in HR and the facility manager are responsible for administering it. They make employee ID badges, program the system for access privileges, and maintain the database. Card readers have been installed on about forty doors in the seven buildings, including both exterior and interior doors. Another forty-one doors were not equipped with card readers, although they are monitored through the access control system. These doors are locked at all times with mechanical locks, but have been equipped with magnetic contacts that will sound an alarm both at the door and the central station whenever one of these doors is opened. Card readers are wired to a control panel in the individual buildings, with each control panel connected to the central computer via the company's existing fiber optic and copper wire telephone lines. The control panels are located in secure utility closets. Each panel can handle up to eight doors, with multiple panels used in buildings with more than eight doors. The panels keep an independent audit trail of each transaction and are capable of running the access control system for their building if the main computer goes down. This setup allowed the company to centralize access control. Any changes that must be made - such as voiding someone from the system - an only be done from the central PC. Employees need a card to access all buildings as well as interior doors to most departments. Human resources and maintenance, which are both located in the same building (along with several other departments), are the exceptions. Although all employees need an access card to enter the building, the doors to human resources and maintenance are unlocked during regular business hours. This approach was taken because of the high traffic to both departments. The company felt it was important to maintain an open atmosphere. In addition, management thought it would be more convenient to keep the maintenance department open because the crew is always coming and going. Equipment theft is not a problem in maintenance since at least one employee is in the office throughout the day. The access control software was originally programmed to automatically unlock the front doors to these departments in the morning and lock them again in the early evening. However, the company realized that this system could present a serious security risk on days when the facility was not open for business, such as during a holiday. To safeguard against having unlocked doors in the human resources and maintenance departments when the facility was unoccupied, the computer has been programmed with what has been called the "first-man-in" rule. Under this system, the doors to these departments remain locked until a valid badge is presented to the door at the start of a business day (Monday through Friday). The computer then automatically locks the doors at the end of the business day. In addition, because these departments sometimes close early or are shut down temporarily (such as for a large staff meeting in another building), the company has created a "disable" and "enable" badge. In cases in which all HR personnel must leave their department during regular office hours, the office can be locked with the disable badge. The doors remain locked until an employee uses the enable badge to unlock them. HR employees can enter the department during these times, but they will need their access cards to do so. Other employees cannot access the department at these times. (The first-man-in rule does not apply when the disable card has been used.) The disable and enable cards are kept in a secure location and can only be used by the supervisor on duty. The system keeps an audit trail that records the time and day they were used. The sales department, which is in a separate building from HR and maintenance, has special access control arrangements as well. To enter the building, employees and customers must walk through two glass doors. The front door is programmed to unlock automatically during regular business hours, but the second (interior) door remains locked. A receptionist is stationed in the lobby with a clear view of the doors. Visitors can enter through the first set of doors to get out of inclement weather. The receptionist can then press a button and release the inside door to grant them entry. Only those who are recognized by the receptionist or who have an appointment are granted entry. Employees use their ID cards to gain entry. The reader is outside both sets of doors. Since the outside door is already open during normal business hours, only the inside door is unlocked by the system. During nonbusiness hours, an employee presents his or her card to the reader and the outside door unlocks for five seconds. The inside door also unlocks, allowing fifteen seconds. Card technology. Cards are issued by the human resource department. However, instead of placing employee photographs and information directly onto a proximity card, the company makes a digital photograph of an employee and, along with the employee's name and other corporate information, prints the photo onto a thin PVC badge with an adhesive back. The PVC card, which has no technology on it, is then attached to the front of a proximity card. This method turned out to be less expensive than printing photographs directly onto a proximity card. To print employee data directly onto a proximity card, CCI would have had to purchase a particular badge, costing $6.95 per card. The proximity cards chosen instead cost only $3.50 per card, plus $1.10 for each self-stick PVC badge. The company can reuse the proximity card after an employee leaves. HR simply removes the PVC photo ID badge from the proximity card. The card is voided from the system, reconfigured with a new code, and issued to another employee with a new PVC photo badge attached to it. This approach also saves money when cards are misprinted. If an ID badge has a mistake, the company need only throw away the PVC ID card - not the entire proximity card. To further cut down on cost, the company has established a fee for replacement cards. Before receiving their ID badges, employees sign an agreement that requires them to pay $10 to replace a lost card. The policy has resulted in fewer lost badges. Loading dock doors. CCI has fifty-six loading docks throughout its seven buildings, each secured with a locked overhead door and an alarm. The company wanted to use electronic access control on the loading dock doors but felt that it would be too expensive to install a card reader on each one. Instead, the company purchased Hirsch's Scramble Pad. With this system (which was integrated with the card access system), one digital keypad is used to control access to a group of several doors. For example, one building has fourteen garage doors in a row, all controlled by one keypad. Each door is secured and monitored with a magnetic contact that is wired to an access control panel. To open a specific door for deliveries, an employee enters a personal five-digit passcode into the keypad (also wired to the panel) along with the number of the door to be opened. The appropriate contact is shunted and the alarm is disarmed for thirty minutes, enough time to unload a truck. The main PC maintains a record of who opened a loading dock door and when. The keypad offers an additional security feature. Instead of having numbered push buttons in numerical order on the face of the keypad, the numbers appear on an LED touchscreen on the front of the keypad. Before an employee can enter a passcode, he or she must activate the keypad by pushing a "start" button. The start button scrambles the numbers on the screen so that they are in a different order each time, preventing an unauthorized person from guessing an employee's passcode by watching the pattern of how the number was entered. The keypad system also allows the human resource department or facility manager to disarm the alarms and locks at certain loading docks during designated hours of the day. These docks have a high volume of deliveries but do not require high security. The company decided, therefore, that it was better to have them open at all times during regular business hours. Reports. From the main computer, the facility manager and authorized personnel from the human resource department can run reports detailing the activity within the system.This feature has been especially important in helping the company keep track of false alarms. Each month, the facility manager runs a report on all alarms for each building. The reports are given to building managers, who are responsible for eliminating or decreasing the number of false alarms. Other reports are run to determine when certain events took place. These include reports on how many people accessed a particular door on a given month and how many people were denied access to certain doors. By analyzing this data, management can assess how the system is working, which may lead in the future to additional security measures or programming refinements. Maintenance. Although CCI entered into a service agreement with the installer, Access Security, for general maintenance of the access control system, the company wanted to be able to replace and fix some of the components - specially the electronic locks - if they broke down. To that end, the maintenance department was given two spare electric strikes and trained on how to replace electronic locks. Also, to make it easier to replace strikes, all of the wire connections were installed with quick-disconnect terminals, which allows any qualified maintenance person to reconnect the wires without having to strip and crimp them. DOOR ALARMS. As mentioned earlier, forty-one doors were not equipped with card readers. These doors were to be alarmed at all times, and exit from them was prohibited. Limiting the number of readers to the minimum needed saved significantly on costs. (Alarms cost about $200 per door, while a card reader and electronic lock run about $3,000.) While some of these doors had been used in the past, most were not main throughways. For example, several simply led out to a grassy field. Under the new configuration, when anyone exited through an unauthorized door, multiple alarms throughout the building would sound, requiring management to respond. During the first two months of this system, there were many false alarms, as staff were accustomed to leaving through any door. The facility manager solved the problem by putting yellow caution tape across the doors that had the most false alarms. This made everyone aware that the doors were off-limits. After several months, the tape was removed - and the false alarms stopped. CCTV. With the access control system in place, CCI has begun installing a black-and-white CCTV surveillance system. There are currently twenty-two cameras monitoring two buildings, with plans to expand the system to cover all of the buildings over the next few years. The cameras monitor the building perimeters and have a view of most of the loading dock doors and the regular doors that have access card readers. The company is considering the use of cameras inside the buildings as well. Each camera is wired to the central station over fiber optic connections. Images are recorded continuously onto T160 tapes; only three videocassettes are needed to record an entire week. By securing its facilities, CCI has also secured two important clients and given itself a competitive edge in the marketplace. CCI's business is not security. But as its management has now learned, security can be a critical component of any business - whatever a company's core mission might be. Daniel Cogan is vice president of Access Security Corporation, Warminster, Pennsylvania, where he is responsible for system design and integration. He has worked in public law enforcement or private security for more than twenty years. He is a member of ASIS.

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Access Control System in the Era of Mobile Internet_ Taigewang Technology
Access Control System in the Era of Mobile Internet_ Taigewang Technology
In the rapidly developing information age, mobile Internet makes our daily life rich and colorful. Now almost everyone has a smart phone. Mobile phone has become an indispensable part of people's life. Intelligent access control system takes advantage of the opportunity of the great development of mobile Internet and smart phone, It provides a feasible solution for the occurrence of forgetting and degaussing of access card. So what is intelligent access control? Intelligent access control mainly uses the server to realize remote communication by combining the traditional access control function with the mobile Internet. You can swipe your mobile phone directly without taking a card out of the door. The access control system is composed of cloud management platform, access control terminal equipment and mobile application. Intelligent access control system provides top-down hierarchical authority management; Personnel registration information and access records are uploaded to the server in real time. Secure encryption algorithms are used for data transmission, storage and transmission links between cloud platforms, access control terminals and mobile applications to ensure the security of sensitive data. Secondly, the system authority is clear and the visitor authorization function realizes dynamic tracking. Through the allocation of user authority, different operation and query modules are authorized to perfectly match the demand level of management and security. At the same time, the automatic network comparison function of personnel classification and white list can achieve real-time dynamic tracking and active alarm prompt. The system can call the property, complain and apply for repair, and the owner can open the door with one button. The owner can directly call the property with one button in the mobile app. There is no need to go to the property management office, which is not limited by time and region, so as to improve the owner experience; Complaints or opinions can also be raised, which are accepted by the background of the property company and replied in time, which helps to improve the service quality of the property to the owner and enhance the owner's experience; The owner can control the access control to open the door by clicking the one button on the page. There is no need to carry the access control card, which is more convenient for travel and better experience for the owner. For more information about license plate recognition system, parking lot management system, parking lot charging system, parking lot gate, access gate system, cloud parking lot and other functions, please consult Shenzhen taigewang Technology Co., Ltd. for details, and the preferred partner for parking lot operators.
The Consideration of Personal Safety Should Not Be Ignored in the Design of Access Control System_ T
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The access control system mainly plays two roles: one is to control internal personnel to enter and leave the designated area within a certain time, and the other is to prevent external personnel from entering and leaving the designated area. When designing the access control system, we can't only pay attention to the security of the system and ignore the consideration of personal safety. In this regard, the practice of the United States is worthy of our reference. In China, we mainly consider whether the access control system is safe and whether there are loopholes, focusing on the security and reliability of the system. In the United States, personal safety and system safety are regarded as equally important. In the design, not only the safety of the access control system, but also the safety of personnel in the control area is considered to ensure that personnel can escape and evacuate quickly and safely in case of emergency. One of their methods is to install an escape device at the escape door, and the electric control escape device is one of the common equipment, because it takes into account the safety of the system and personal safety. Through this device, the internal personnel can retract the lock head of the electric push rod to open the door through card reading outside the door. In case of fire, they can escape as soon as possible by pushing the movable part of the escape device with their hands or body in the escape direction, so as to avoid the inability of personnel to evacuate quickly due to the failure of the electronic system. The purpose of access control system is to ensure security. Among all security, personal safety is undoubtedly the most important. The consideration of the United States in this regard is worth learning from.
Access Control System Maintenance Checklist | Kisi
Access Control System Maintenance Checklist | Kisi
It is normal for the components of any access control systems to deteriorate with time. Doors, latches, card readers, closing devices and proximity cards become worn out at some point and might create a loophole in the security system. While a breakdown of a door is easy to identify, an improperly working smoke detector, ventilation or alarm system may go unnoticed for some time until a security incident occurs. Software is not rigid either. With employees leaving and coming, staff members being promoted, which entails rotation of personnel and a change of their access rights, databases need to be adjusted accordingly. An access database that is maintained improperly may pose such threats as unauthorized access, espionage, vandalism or access denial to those who are authorized to enter the premises. Because access control is the main component of any security strategy a proactive approach is critical in this matter. Preventive maintenance helps identify vulnerabilities, fix minor problems and safeguard against major breakdowns. It also ensures sustainability and extends the life of the hardware.In the majority of cases, maintenance and testing are performed by the company that has installed the equipment. But you can also hire a third-party security company on a one-off basis or enter into an agreement with them. The conditions of maintenance service inspections are outlined in an access control system maintenance contract. The document contains such information as frequency of routine preventative and corrective service visits, cost of servicing, installations that have to be serviced, methods of getting in touch with the service personnel outside their working hours, contacts in case of an emergency, exclusions to the services, etc. How will a maintenance contract look like A maintenance contract may also include an access control system maintenance checklist which depends on the level of service provision required. For example, a bespoke preventative check may include the following measures: • Checking all system components (keypads, readers, doors, locks) and recording any variations • Bringing to customer's attention any damage or components that are likely to fail To sum it up, access control system preventive maintenance is an important component of security measures that has to be implemented by every company. Saving on a preventative inspection might cause enormous costs in future that can be associated with a major system breakdown, a burglary or leak of confidential information. By regularly checking your access control system you understand where you stand with all the components, ensure that the system functions as expected. Last but not least, preventive approach to security gives you a peace of mind.What is the difference between the Flight Control Systems of different F16 models?The main difference is processing speed, with the digital FCC's being faster than the analog models ( the analog-equiped aircraft it takes their FCC longer to detect the over-G, determine a correction, and send the correction to the actuators)and that's why first blocks until the 40 blocks will show 9G in the HUDcontrol systems - state space representation using transfer functionsThere's nothing mathematically wrong in your system. But it gives state variables that are not easily detectable in practical circuits. If you select natural gradually changing quantities to be your state variales, your calculations would be interesting also to practical electricians. In this case the natural state variables are the current of the inductor and the voltage of the capacitor. Their derivatives are easily got to the left side and all else to the right side. Easily = by solving the linear equations.Which Version Control Systems support LDAP/AD users and groupsGit certainly does - you need to set up PAM to use pam_winbind.so and pam_mkhomedir.so. Create a group (either locally or in AD, depending on how you want to do it) and create your git repositories on the origin server with the --shared flag. This will tell git that you are sharing the repository amongst multiple users, and it will set up permissions appropriately.Why do we use a control volume approach instead of control systems in fluid mechanics?Why do we use a control volume approach instead of control systems in fluid mechanics?"Control Systems" refers to systems to control something, such as a motor. "Control Systems" does not refer to analysis of fluid mechanics.We do use the term, control volume, to refer to a parcel of fluid. We can follow that fluid parcel as it moves and we can develop equations for how things change within that control volume.Maybe you are trying to ask if we use a control volume that moves with the fluid versus a control volume that is stationary with fluid flowing in one side and flowing out the other. We use both of these kinds of control volumes.
Biometric Code Door Lock, Access Control System Manufacturers - HUNE
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What Is the Lowest Cost Access Control System?
What Is the Lowest Cost Access Control System?
Access control system comes in varies types and security level. And you choose according to your security level and budget1. Why do ACLs (access control lists) have better persistence than capabilities?There's a lot of confusion and regrettable writing out there surrounding the comparison between ACLs and capabilities. Often, when books make a comparison, they are referring to one particular type of ACL system vs one particular type of capability system, but the difference is not always fundamental. So, if you see some comparison like this, I would not worry about it too much. In particular, capabilities can certainly have equal persistence to ACLs. As an extreme example: If you have a persistent store and all applications are persistent (so that when the machine reboots, all applications are relaunched with the same state as before the crash), then capabilities will be persistent. You can achieve the same level of persistence. Historically, people who have built capability systems in the past might not have built them that way (usually), but that is not always a guide to what is or is not fundamental.So, I would take issue with the book's claim that ACLs have better persistence than capabilities. That's not necessarily true; it will depend on specifically how the ACLs and capabilities are implemented by the system and used by applications. (Also note that so-called "POSIX capabilities" are a bit of a misnomer and it's not clear we should really call them capabilities.)I do realize that this might or might not help you if you are taking a course, as depending on the instructor, the instructor might expect you to go by what the book says and might not appreciate other perspectives (or, more benignly, want you to understand things from the textbook's perspective before taking a broader view)2. How to add multiple URL to Access-Control-Allow-Origin header in SharePoint 2013 web.configYou could set Access-Control-Allow-Origin dynamically in Global.asax.Check the thread here3. Duplication of view access control logic in database queries and application componentMy answer would be approach 3:Use the same Objects you do in business layer to back the listing screens.You would:I believe that this beats both approach 1 and 2 because it will require less coding, and should also require less regression testing4. Is it ok to have validation layer before access control layerThere must be some validation before access control. Let's say SO's API has an endpoint "edit answer", then whether the user can edit a particular answer can depend on the answer (below a certain reputation, a user can only edit his own answers). So the "answer ID" parameter being well-formed must be verified before the access control layer comes into play; possibly also that the answer exists. OTOH, as Caleth and Greg mention, putting more extensive validation before access control is a potential security risk.So the hard rules areFollowing both these rules may mean that you have to have some validation before and some after access control5. What kinds of internship in a power plant would allow the intern access to the control room without requiring a STEM background?Reason: They would need to get to know the place they are working atWhy would you need a reason to have a new employee/intern get an explanation of whatever they are going to be working with as a part of a team?You already state that the technology they are going to have explained to them is of experimental nature. Thus it is highly unlikely that they would already have a good idea of how it works (as you put it)6. Mobile Credentials for Access Control—Everything Has ChangedAccording to Proxy's 2019 Physical Security Trends Report, 17.3 percent of card or fob users have lost at least one card or fob in the last year. The era of legacy physical access control credentials is rapidly transforming. A convergence in physical and logical access control is driving completely new and different behaviors. In an ever-accelerating trend, estimates are that 90 percent of the wireless locks sold are integrated with other smart devices. No longer will you struggle to manage a variety of insecure and vulnerable physical credentials when you can manage all of that through a mobile app. As this market expands into non-traditional access control applications, the necessity for an access control credential on an ubiquitous mobile device becomes mandatory. In the very near future, everyone will carry a credential, and a mobile credential housed on a smartphone is the only viable way to address these needs. Why do we make this claim? Four main reasons: Smartphone-based credentials are inherently more secure, can do so much more, can significantly reduce installation costs and are nearly impossible to clone. Forget about high-security credentials such as MIFARE and sophisticated certificate handshakes. The single largest security risk for access control is a valid credential in the wrong hands. It does not matter if it's a 125KHz "dumb" prox card or the most sophisticated smart, because now a potentially malicious user has access, and no one will know if that lost card is not reported. Your smartphone as your credential is significantly more secure because of one simple fact: people may not know where their access control credential is at any given time, but they are intimately aware of where their smartphone is at all times and this location can be tracked. In addition, users are quite careful who they allow to hold or use their phone. A large manufacturer end user once estimated that approximately 30 percent of its employees entered the grounds without their credential on any given day. Employees would wave something looking like a credential at the guard shack and yell that it did not work. With 600 people coming in during a shift change and cars backing up at the gate, the guard would open up to keep traffic flowing. That's not a solution, that's a huge security risk. So, how is the world of credentials changing forever? A smartphone-based credential can do so much more. Now and in the near future, we will see features such as: Multifactor authentication (MFA). Smartphones already implement MFA. Soon, new mobile credential implementations will allow administrators to require a screen unlock pin/biometric/gesture to set up a mobile credential, thus implementing MFA with no new hardware at the door. Mass notification. A credential-supporting two-way communication with active notification capabilities-can be leveraged to send automated or ad-hoc notifications to users. Add location services and Geo-fencing capability, and you can send notifications only to those who are within a specific geographic area. Location awareness. Stop treating a smartphone like a legacy credential; no one should ever "badge" a phone at a reader. By using location services, administrators can define how near to the door a person must be to request access. Virtual buttons. With an app for users that uniquely identifies them, why not give them more? We will have the ability to add virtual buttons to an app to perform functionality specified by the administrator and distributed only to those allowed to use them. Personal Safety/Personal Emergency Response (PERS). A mobile app that functions as the user's credential and provides two-way communications with a central monitoring station will also provide a path for two-way emergency communications. An employee leaving the building at the end of the shift can quickly and easily ask for assistance or notify security of a potential issue remotely via the mobile device in her hand. Revoking a credential. An administrator can disable a user's mobile credential at any time from the server with no need to access the actual smartphone. The smartphone app knows how to submit a credential request but has no idea how to unlock a door. Administrators can also remotely wipe smartphones of the mobile credential and related apps connected to a corporate network. A smartphone credential adds significant functionality over a traditional credential and is always upgradeable to add new capabilities-all for the same cost, or less, than traditional credentials. Also, users do not require a reader to enter a door, so enterprises can eliminate readers on most doors to keep the entrance looking clean and reduce installation costs. We are witnessing unprecedented changes in the tools and services used every day, and one of those tools is your access control credential. The security of a door is only as strong as the management of the credential. It makes sense for that critical credential to be secured inside the most highly encrypted device-your own smartphone.
Choosing the Right Access Control System
Choosing the Right Access Control System
Because access control systems can be in place for a long time, getting system selection right the first time is absolutely critical. Here's how to evaluate systems and manufacturers. There are many access control systems on the market today, and all have strengths and weaknesses. These systems can be very expensive to install or replace, and once a system is selected it is typically in place for long periods of time, even decades. Clearly, selecting the right system is critical for all colleges and universities. Manufacturers can be found by searching online, attending trade shows, reading publications, and checking with peer and aspirant institutions. Consultants are also knowledgeable about the various systems on the market and likely will have firsthand experience and relationships with multiple manufacturers. There are many factors to consider when evaluating access systems. (See "Evaluating access control manufacturers" below.) A very important consideration is integration with an existing or new video management system and visitor management system. Most systems today can integrate so alarm events will automatically pull up video showing what caused the alarm to occur. This can save valuable time investigating and responding to alarm event. Having the ability to track visitors using the access control system can also be valuable. Some of the more sophisticated visitor management systems today can integrate with access control systems so all door transactions will be managed and recorded in one system. It is worthwhile to consider advanced features of the access control system. "It is important to look to the future when selecting an access control system," says John O'Connor, associate director for a Boston-area university. "Technology and business needs can evolve quickly so look for a flexible platform that can appropriately scale with your organization and creativity." Advanced features could include using smart phones as access credentials or having a mobile app for monitoring alarms and cameras remotely. Matt Isgur, senior manager, campus safety and security infrastructure, MIT, agrees that it's important to think about a roadmap for the access control system - not only what it is today, but what it can be tomorrow. "This might include the ability to handle emergency phone calls while automatically calling up nearby cameras, plotting them on a dynamic map, and automatically locking down doors all within seconds of an incident," he says. "Choosing the right security system to handle all the needs of the future is one of the most important foundation decisions you can make." Once the systems have been evaluated, it is good practice to visit with peer and aspirant institutions that utilize the preferred systems. Constituents from critical departments such as IT, public safety, and administration should attend the visits if possible. Ensure the modules and functions that are most critical to your campus are observed and discussed during the visit. It is important to ensure that the system selected can be supported by the existing IT system architecture. These systems require access cards, card readers, badge printers, wiring, access panels, servers, and switches. All will need regular support and maintenance. Depending on the access systems requirements, some existing devices already installed on campus such as card readers and panels may be able to be reused, resulting in significant savings. A security systems administrator should also be identified during the manufacturer-selection process. This individual(s) or business unit will be responsible for programming the system, maintaining the database, troubleshooting issues, coordinating with the system integration firm, and keeping the system up-to-date. It is best to incorporate feedback from the systems administrators when selecting the appropriate system for your institution. During the manufacturer-selection process, be wary of features that the manufacturer says will be "available in the next quarter." The feature will likely be untested and not provide the benefit your campus is hoping to obtain for quite some time. Most systems are able to support campus "lockdown" buttons or other customized actions. These features can be difficult to implement but could save lives during incidents like a violent intruder on campus. Lastly, use high security "smart" access control cards as opposed to traditional "proximity" cards. The smart cards offer better encryption and security. This is important as proximity cards are easily hacked by equipment that can be readily obtained on the internet.1. 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Even though that is still a simplification, we could through networks and other issues in.The point is that each boundary needs to allow the good stuff through, while making the bad stuff difficult/impossible to do.You could place all of your security between the user and the controller, but if someone bypassed that, then they would have a field day. Similarly you can not just place all of the security between the Database and Repository. It's already to late as the service itself is exposed, and any data being passed to it, must presumably be available to anyone using it. Which probably is not reasonable to expect. The actual Database Engine needs to enforce permissions, to the Repository. Obviously the Repository can not just do anything:The Engine should give exactly the rights needed for that repository, and no more.The Repository similarly needs to ensure that a controller can not just do anything with it:This is partly done by implementing business sanity checks, and partly done by checking to see if the Controller has the right to do so. This is usually implemented by some form of whitelist checking that the caller is on the list, and has the required rights, or by some permissions object that can itself be verified.The Controller itself has to establish that the user has the required permissions. Usually done by some login method, or certificate. If the login/certificate passes muster, the users permissions are checked to see if they can access the controller.If for example an admin account got breached, and the used the OrderViewController with some sort of exploit, then the repository will reject odd requests, as the controller only has privilege X, Y, Z.If they bypassed the controller and somehow got to within the repository, then they can not just drop all the data, or use it for storing their own in an easy way.3. Access Control Badges — Plain or Printed IDs?ISO 27001 recommends following in terms of authentication and securing access:Two-factor/Multi-factor authentication shall be applied to ensure secure authentication to the most sensitive/critical critical facilities, information systems, and applications.Example of Two-factor authentication: Card Pin, Card Thump (preferred), etc Hence whether you are going to use plane/printed card it's always recommended to use two-factor authentication to mitigate risks. Further to your question of whether to use blank cards, the best practice is to print the details of the owner/user of the card as the responsibility of the card should be with the owner/user and it will be used to identify the (part of identification process) user by physical observation in 'visual security checks' (may be at reception/entrance security guards). Hence It is always recommended to have Two-factor authentication process with printed access cards (could be used as Employee ID card as you've indicated) allowing to have a visual check also top of the Two-factor authentication.Hope this clarifies
How to Pick the Right Gate Access Control System
How to Pick the Right Gate Access Control System
A security gate is an essential component helping organisations to secure their perimeter and prevent burglaries, theft and other disturbances. Companies often tend to focus all their attention on securing access within the building, often underestimating the power of a good gate access control system. The world of access control is more than people access, it is a multi-layered, integrated security strategy that helps organisations to secure their premises and equipment in the most efficient way possible. This requires security managers to think about all the touchpoints that visitor's and stakeholders pass through, as this will help them to choose the right system that will enable to address all these touchpoints in a flawless manner without compromising the workflow or budget. So how to you pick the right gate access control system? For the majority of organisations and businesses, their security starts at the gate (literally). Choosing the right gates for your premises is half of the battle - you also have to consider what type of access control system to invest in. The different components that make up a gate access control system The different types of gate access control available The benefits of each different type of gate access product Automated gate systems offer an increased level of security and convenience, which is for the most part attributed to an access control system linked to the gates. Gate access control systems operate pretty much the same way as any other access control, where you have an electronically-locked gate that is connected to the access control server. These systems usually consist of a reader, controller, management software and tokens. When the right credential is presented, an electronic signal will be sent to the gate lock, allowing it to open so that authorised vehicle can enter. There are various options available on the market from simple keypad access to fully automated, touch-free vehicle access solutions. The ideal option will vary according to the type of applications and the available budget. Let's take a closer look at all the options available... This is probably the simplest and most commonly utilised solution in gate access control. In order to access the premises, the visitor has to key in a PIN. Once the PIN is verified, the visitor can enter the premises. Even though it's a quite simple solution, it has its drawbacks. From the customer experience point of view, these PIN codes can be easily forgotten. From the security perspective, it's not the safest option, as people can share the code with others which can lead to unauthorised people accessing your premises. If your site is busy and has to manage high traffic flow, the time it takes for one individual to enter the PIN during peak time can lead to congestions, which can bring about unnecessary frustration from the visitors. In addition to that, it's not the best option for maintaining a safe environment in times of a pandemic. Proximity card readers are a slightly more convenient option than keypads, as there is no need to memorise the PIN, and it allows for faster access. All visitor has to do is present the card within the reading range of the reader. When a proximity card is held within the reader's operating field, the card transmits its number to the reader through. If the card number is approved, the reader sends a signal to the lock to open the lock for a short period of time. RFID-enabled access control solutions offer a long-range vehicle identification, where vehicles can be identified as they approach the control point. In many cases the vehicles do not need to stop at a gate, they simply need to approach slowly to allow the gate to open. Where car park permits are issued to allow authorised users to enter a car park, a driver would normally have to stop and lower their window to present the card to a reader at the entrance. This can be avoided by using a 'hands-free' automatic vehicle identification system, such as access control based on RFID technology. In this case, a tag is placed on the vehicle, so when a certain vehicle is identified and verified, the reader will send a signal to open the gates. RFID tags come in different shapes, sizes and materials - from a windshield to heavy-duty tags. Depending on the system, long-range RFID readers can identify vehicles at a distance from 5 metres to up to 10 metres. ANPR is an accurate system that automatically reads vehicle number plates as they approach, and converts valid number plates into standard Wiegand format ID numbers. This data is then analysed by the access control system. This solution is perfect for applications where it is not desirable to issue RFID tags. ANPR systems have been around for several years and can deliver substantial benefits to secure site operators and consumers alike. Its technology was created to help end queuing at barriers and is an ideal standalone solution for busy sites which require secure automated vehicle identification. It enables you to provide automated 24-hour access to secure sites or car parks by entering the relevant vehicle's number plate into the system. When pre-approved vehicles turn up, the barrier will open allowing free-flowing vehicle access in and out of any secure site. Access can equally be removed or revoked at any time. With a read range of 2 to 10 metres, the ANPR camera ensures efficient vehicle recognition. Deep learning algorithms make it possible to accurately capture numbers under harsh conditions and read plates with different font formats. If vehicles need to be granted access temporarily or incidentally, the ANPR camera is the best way to go. ANPR-enabled access control solutions tend to be popular in the following environments: airports/ports, car parks, business sites both industrial or office-based, hospitals, sports complexes, historical sites, schools, logistic hubs, gated flats and communities where it can increase security without the need for tags or proximity cards in vehicles. The benefits of a gate access control system are clear, and if designed well can complement building access control to further increase security and the efficient flow of staff and/or visitors. Picking the correct system depends on a number of factors, from budget to the volume of people accessing the site per day.1. 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Tips to Clean Stainless Access Control System
Tips to Clean Stainless Access Control System
Brass and copper are two traditional door handles and hinge materials that are gaining popularity in the modern home. Copper and brass are two of the most popular door hinges and door handle materials used in modern homes.Stainless steel is an iron-based alloy that contains chromium and combines with oxygen to form an invisible protective layer on the surface, but is not actually stainless.Non-powder coated components of metal elevators (including hardware) are susceptible to corrosion and stains. It is recommended to pay special attention to these components during cleaning. Using something like Bon-Ami (r) to clean non-powder-coated surfaces can help minimize corrosion and preserve the appearance of these components.These things can cause damage to the surface of the elevator components and promote further corrosion. Chemicals used to clean concrete windows can land on stainless steel surfaces and react to form rust with the air. The use of stainless steel with certain cleaning devices, such as steel wool or other steel brushes can leave metal particles on surface that can lead to rusting.Rub towards the steel grain for maximum effectiveness and avoid scratches on the surface. If there is dirt or dirt on the surface, you can use vinegar and olive oil in equal parts to clean them. Once the disinfectant is applied, rinse the surface with fresh, warm water.Be careful when trying to use popular in-store cleaning products as they can damage the finish and leave an unsightly surface. The easiest and the safest way to clean stainless steel door fittings is to use a mild-scented, damp soft cloth and wash with clean water. If you try to clean your door knobs and fittings, this will help keep them looking good and working properly.Daily stainless steel cleaning can eliminate most water stains with a simple wipe with a microfiber cloth or a 10-bed bathroom with Beyond Water. By giving the device a dry cloth, you can remove excess moisture that could become future water stains.As soon as the surface is wet and washed, a clean paste can be used, which consists of baking soda and hot water in equal parts. Apply the paste and let it sit for a few minutes on the surface before wiping it with a damp cloth.Sodium bicarbonate and baking powder fire extinguishers Potassium bicarbonate fire extinguishers (also known as PKP or Purple K due to its purple color) are used to extinguish Class B and C fires.Combine a simple daily treatment with a weekly cleaning with a soft abrasive. Choose a dish soap that does not contain chlorine (1% target) and place a drop in a cloth.Every day you can rinse the external lift components with fresh water. Wash the lift components weekly in warm fresh water with mild soap. Use a soft cloth with a cleaning solution to wipe the surfaces of the lift components.After at least one week, rinse washcloths with plain water, wipe to remove soap and wipe with a dry terry towel. Stain, use undiluted vinegar and scrub with a soft brush. You can also use glass cleaner, Windex or dry microfiber cloths to remove streaks and swabs.Leave it on for a few minutes, then polish with a soft cloth and enjoy the resulting shine. Rub the coated surface of brass or copper to remove dirt, bacteria and tarnish, followed by a cotton cloth to remove any residues.The good news is that the faster the surface gets dirty, the faster it will look new again with a few tricks and cleaning equipment. We know it sounds strange, but you can clean tin by rubbing outer cabbage leaves on the surface.Use a simple combination of white vinegar, olive oil, dish detergent and baby oil for regular cleaning. The implementation of suitable cleaning methods will help to ensure the durability and durability of the stainless steel parts and equipment in your plant. Check out the best cleaning solutions and products for step-by-step instructions for cleaning stainless steel appliances.If your stainless steel appliances have a lot of stains or scratches and need to be thoroughly polished, a standard stainless steel cleaner is a good option.Refrigerators, dishwashers and stainless steel hobs have their fair share of dirt, food splashes and fingerprints, and some people are unsure how best to clean stainless steel appliances. If you are looking for a convenient, effective and safe way to clean your hands and your own muscle strength is a good starting point. Here we give you the inside of the gentle and effective stainless steel cleaner that you have in your house.The Environmental Protection Agency has drawn up a list of disinfectants effective against COVID-19. There are four major types of PPE, including face protection, gloves, glasses and clothes.Clean and maintain your door to extend its service life, operate it optimally and protect your warranty. Security doors are strong and durable and are needed to maintain your home. Unlimited stainless steel bins are durable, made of recycled 304 calibre stainless steel with hygienic surface pores to collect dirt and bacteria. Our stainless steel bins are fire and corrosion resistant.Sodium, potassium and bicarbonate residues are not as corrosive as monoammonium phosphate residues. In view of this, they can be easily removed with a vacuum equipped with a highly efficient particulate air filter (HEPA).The bicarbonate residues can be cleaned on surfaces the same way as monoammonium phosphate by cleaning with a dry cloth or a toothbrush. Surfaces can also be washed wet or by using an effective cleaning solution for this type of residue, which can be made by adding three ounces (six tablespoons) of vinegar to a gallon of hot water.
Important Things to Consider Before Buying a Access Control System
Important Things to Consider Before Buying a Access Control System
These systems have undergone a great deal of wear and tear over the years due to the high volume of traffic and the high level of use. In particular, heavily used items such as card readers and door locks must be maintained continuously in order to avoid failures. Your business may be dormant, but it is a growing entity that will change over time.Access control systems are often associated with larger facilities with complex access control requirements such as airports, stadiums and healthcare facilities, but remember that smaller buildings can also benefit from residential applications. Regardless of the type of security requirements for companies, a solid access control system is a crucial part of a general security plan. It is possible to use several types of access systems, such as CCTV cameras and smart cards.The first step in selecting a controller is to take a realistic look at your requirements. Consider whether a cloud-based or hosted solution suits your needs best to decide on the right access control solution for your business.With a hosted solution, data storage and software updates for you are managed and stored in the cloud, so that you don’t need to worry about upgrading technology. Most companies also use security systems that integrate with other systems such as personnel databases. With hosted solutions, you can be sure that your security system is always secure.The introduction of a system that covers the entire scope of your property will allow your employees to move around freely and it will not affect your productivity. Whether you are on one floor, in multiple offices, or your team is spread across different floors and departments, be sure that there is a way to protect your physical space. In addition to ensuring that the security system is easy to manage and does not require major financial or human resources commitments to be maintained.The installation process and price of an access control system depends on your building infrastructure and installer you choose. A set budget limits the features you should consider. As mentioned above, different companies have different needs that will influence the type of access control systems used.Companies such as banks, the chemical industry, embassies and government agencies require unique access control systems because of the nature of the business. These systems include reinforced security measures, including security guards, police officers, existing surveillance cameras and biometric passports. Behind the scenes, technology determines which electronic access control system is best used in each area.Regardless of whether it means locking the front door with a key at night, the introduction of new technologies at lower prices means that companies can now afford to pay for access control costs. The installation of a Keri access control system demonstrates a commitment to security, earns discounts on insurance and prevents lawsuits from unscrupulous employees who claim not to care about personal safety. There is no easy answer to the question that arises when it comes to the security and management of access to facilities, as many different factors come into play to determine which access control systems are right for your business.It is important to answer the question whether a system of access control is compromised if access rights are not regularly updated before you implement it. Contact your security company to decide whether your controlled access system needs to be integrated with time monitoring, attendance monitoring, etc. There are also more complex questions to answer, such as when most visitors are in the facility in the event of a security breach, and whether cardholders are present at the exact moment of the breach.It is also a good idea to know a little about the process so that you can monitor and monitor the installation. It is also important to consider whether users need to know how to use the system or whether they need a specific release level.This can take the form of a workshop or seminar and many offer hands-on experience with the products themselves, which can be a useful way to try them before buying. To help you make the decision, we have compiled a list of the most important questions you should ask before selecting a system. The following list suggests some points to consider when talking to a dealer to see if they are the right choice for the job.This means that companies, businesses and ports must comply with strict security measures. Frontline Security is a leading alarm company in Calgary that offers customers with a variety of high-quality, affordable and customizable security solutions for commercial and residential use. Our alarm companies in Calgary have been protecting businesses and homes for over 15 years.You will notice that the manual keyboard controls a normal lock via a card reader connected to a database-based system running on a server. The server has the right to store and access the database, and it makes decisions about whether or not to unlock a door, matching the credentials with the credentials that authorize the door.
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