Access Control & Critical Infrastructure Security
The US has a wealth of critical strategic infrastructure sites that are crucial to public health and safety. If the central services that the country relies on for security and services were to be debilitated or destroyed, then the repercussions would be immeasurable. This is why critical infrastructure security is vital.
Controlling access and deploying the proper security countermeasures to these sites is of paramount importance. Procedures must be put in place to only allow authorized access, keep logs of attempts and keep security aware at all times.
The Department of Homeland Security understands these stakes more than anyone, which is why they trust Isotec as a producer of Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology. In the pursuit of satisfying Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD 12), Isotec requires specific standards for gaining access to a facility when we build out critical infrastructure security. Uniform procedures across all entry and exit points reduce identity fraud and protect the workers and networks inside.