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In one of our previous blog posts we stressed the importance of installing and maintaining access control in your institution. We highlighted the various benefits which hopefully persuaded you to consider or look into installing. But what exactly would you install? What are the access control options?
You are currently feeling a little uneasy about your electronic security provider. Maybe they don’t answer when you call. They may be really bad at returning a phone call. Or maybe you never see or hear from them unless they are collecting a payment. This has driven you to consider switching your electronic security provider.
Every door to your building has a lock and a deadbolt. You also have video surveillance in every corner. Is access control really necessary? Yes. The answer to this question is always yes, access control is very necessary. Whether your institution is small, medium or large, the need for access control is always there. Keys can be lost, stolen and replicated. Access control eliminates the extra hassle and the extra stress.
First and foremost, your company’s assets are top priority when thinking about the safety and security of your institution. If your assets are compromised, that’s it, there may be no coming back.
A security policy is a written document that states how a company plans to protect the physical and information technology assets.
Your electronic security provider should not be a one and done deal, it should be an investment. Your provider should be like the friend who is always there for you, even when you think you do not need them. You should hear from or have contact with your provider regularly to ensure that a problem does not arise. Preventative maintenance is essential and the key to preventing a problem from occurring.