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Operations Affect Security With Access Control Systems

Publication date:
June 9, 2021
Article Summary: 

This blog post from Harms Security discusses how operations can affect security with access control systems. The post highlights the importance of properly implementing and using access control systems to ensure maximum security for a building or facility. It explains how access control systems work, and the various types of systems that are available, including keypads, card readers, and biometric systems. The post also emphasizes the need to properly train staff on the use of access control systems and to regularly update access control policies and procedures. It discusses how poor operations and employee negligence can compromise the security of a building or facility, and offers tips for preventing security breaches, such as regularly reviewing access control logs and monitoring employee access. The post concludes by emphasizing the importance of maintaining and upgrading access control systems to ensure continued security.


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Operations Affect Security With Access Control Systems
June 9, 2021
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