Access Control Systems

Restricting access at specific entry points to authorized people is the basic definition of access control. Access Control is a critical part of physical security.

This short, cute video from Paxton Access explains the need for and usefulness of Access Control Systems for your business or your home.

 

Paxton Access Control

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Paxton Access specializes in access control solutions. Our development team is focused on designing systems that are fit for their purpose, containing the important features that are necessary for well-run organizations. Our commitment has resulted in our products winning a reputation for reliability and ease of use. Visit Paxton's website

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Cyberlock

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With a CyberLock system, it doesn't matter where the lock is—electronic access control is possible. By eliminating the wire between the lock and the managing software, CyberLock can be installed virtually anywhere. The convenience of a mechanical key system plus the access permission and tracking capability of an electronic access control system come together with CyberLock. Visit CybeLock's website

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Access Control Products

Burglar

Eleven more things your burglar won't tell you

  1. Here’s a helpful hint: I almost never go into kids’ rooms.
  2. You’re right: I won’t have enough time to break into that safe where you keep your valuables. But if it’s not bolted down, I’ll take it with me.
  3. A loud TV or radio can be a better deterrent than the best alarm system. If you’re reluctant to leave your TV on while you’re out of town, you can buy a $35 device that works on a timer and simulates the flickering glow of a real television. Find it atfaketv.com.
  4. Sometimes, I carry a clipboard. Sometimes, I dress like a lawn guy and carry a rake. I do my best to never, ever look like a crook.
  5. The two things I hate most: loud dogs and nosy neighbors.
  6. I’ll break a window to get in, even if it makes a little noise. If your neighbor hears one loud sound, he’ll stop what he’s doing and wait to hear it again.  If he doesn’t hear it again, he’ll just go back to what he was doing. It’s human nature.
  7. I’m not complaining, but why would you pay all that money for a fancy alarm system and leave your house without setting it?
  8. I love looking in your windows. I’m looking for signs that you’re home, and for flat screen TVs or gaming systems I’d like. I’ll drive or walk through your neighborhood at night, before you close the blinds, just to pick my targets.
  9. Avoid announcing your vacation on your Facebook page. It’s easier than you think to look up your address.
  10. To you, leaving that window open just a crack during the day is a way to let in a little fresh air. To me, it’s an invitation.
  11. If you don’t answer when I knock, I try the door. Occasionally, I hit the jackpot and walk right in.