We carry access control, biometrics, door strikes, mag locks, and door entry systems.
Access control refers to the practices and technologies used to regulate who or what has permission to enter or access a physical or virtual space. The goal of access control is to ensure that only authorized individuals or devices are able to enter a space, while keeping unauthorized ones out.
There are various types of systems, each with their own methods of granting or denying access. Some common types of access control include:
Physical: These systems use physical barriers such as doors, gates, and turnstiles to control access to a space. Examples include keycards, keypads, biometric scanners, and security cameras.
Logical: These systems control access to digital resources such as computer systems, networks, and applications. Examples include user credentials (username and password), multi-factor authentication, and biometric authentication.
Role-based: These systems grant or deny access based on an individual’s role within an organization. For example, an employee’s access to certain systems or data may be limited based on their job title or department.
Discretionary: Where the owner or administrator of a resource is able to set access permissions on an individual basis and can change these permissions as necessary.
These can be used in various settings, including businesses, government buildings, schools, and residential properties. They are often used in conjunction with other security measures such as surveillance cameras and intrusion detection systems to provide a comprehensive security solution.