“As our threat landscape transforms, embracing secured entry is imperative for true access control.”
Glenn Baruck, DigiTek Security
Access control has assumed unprecedented significance in an era of dynamic security challenges. With workplaces undergoing transformations, a shrinking labor pool, and economic shifts, effective access management is a critical tool to address these concerns. It goes beyond traditional physical access control systems (PACS), ensuring consistent permissions enforcement, thwarting unauthorized entries, and reducing reliance on human oversight.
However, there are limitations to conventional PACS, particularly in addressing comprehensive security and risk prevention. This article delves into the three pillars of access control, emphasizing the crucial role of secured entry solutions in deterring, detecting, and ultimately preventing unauthorized access.