Access Control Systems Manufacturers: What You Need to Know

 Access Control Systems

Isotec Security is a leading manufacturer of access control systems that protect individuals and businesses from potential threats by monitoring and controlling access through the use of proven protection systems and modern technology. Our systems include elements such as bulletproof doors and ballistic resistant glass panels, and our Safety Entrance has been certified by the Department of Homeland Security as a qualified anti-terrorism technology. For those businesses experiencing a need to implement access control systems in the workplace, there are several access control systems manufacturers from which to choose.

The most efficient way to keep your business, assets, and employees safe and secure is through the use of an access control system that can prevent unauthorized visitors, manage employee access, and protect sensitive areas and information. To adequately protect intellectual property and employees, every business should implement access control across their organizations. Many business owners and administrators are confused regarding the benefits and capabilities of an access control system, and how to determine what their company needs. We would like to offer some insight on what you need to know before deciding on which access control systems are the best, and which one is right for you.

1.  First determine how much security you need, and exactly what you need to protect. The access control system you use will be determined in part by:

A. the number of doors you need to secure

B. how many people will require access

C. the external and internal threats you want to avoid

D. the areas and assets you want to protect

E. what type of reporting you require, and

F. the level of help and support you desire.

A professional access control systems manufacturer should be able to help you determine how much security is enough to adequately meet your company’s requirements, without buying more than you need.

2. Look ahead. While you don’t want to purchase more than you need in an access control system, you will need to think ahead and consider not only the size and needs of your company today, but where you project your company will be in the next five, ten, or more years. Can the access control system you are considering grow with you as your company grows? In other words, does it have scalability?

3. Versatility/Adaptability. How flexible is the system you are considering? Can other systems be integrated easily? What does network security look like? Will the provider offer support and assist in network security? Will you need to purchase supporting software? If so, how often will you need software upgrades, and are they included in the purchase price? What sort of security is in place to protect against outside threats and/or security breaches?

4. Analyze and compare. Analyzing the weaknesses and strengths of your current system of protection is vital in helping to determine what must be added with a new access control system to get the level of protection you truly need. In today’s ever-changing world, you can’t afford to be behind the curve when it comes to protecting your company and employees.

The benefits of having the right access control system and security are innumerable, but one of the top benefits is the peace of mind you will have knowing your company’s assets and employees are adequately protected against unforeseen threats.

If you are looking for an experienced access control systems provider, Isotec Security has the expertise and in-depth industry knowledge to help you make the best decision when considering the purchase of an access control system. Contact us today by submitting a request for information form online, and one of our skilled security representatives will contact you shortly. We look forward to working with you to protect all of your vital company assets.

This entry was posted in Access Control, Anti-Terrorism, Homeland Security, Isotec Security, Safety Act, Safety Entrance. Bookmark the permalink.