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Each industry sector has distinct security demands, but there are common threads for facility executives.
While 2014 was a landmark year for data breaches, 2015 could be even more significant.
Using Bluetooth and NFC technologies, this access control system provides facility professionals an alternative to keys and smart cards.
Just as mouse technology revolutionized the computer interface, gesture technology is expected to change how users interact with access control systems.
The access control industry is now thoroughly entrenched in wireless, IP-enabled devices, and integration beyond video surveillance.
When upgrading these systems in an existing facility, consider all angles. From the October 2013 issue.
Federal agencies typically have hectic lobbies to manage. Attendants must quickly process visitor access while ensuring all security procedures are followed in accordance with Homeland Security Protection Directive-12 (HSPD-12).
Two segments appeared on the science news show Daily Planet and provided an inside look at blast resistance and forced entry testing.
Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies has brought together a suite of products that provides high security exit devices and indicators for openings requiring increased monitoring or specific safety and notification solutions.
One facility manager is looking for access control recommendations from facility management professionals.