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Access Control Systems for Business Security are the best way to protect your organization, your employees and your assets.

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Security is always a top priority for businesses, large and small. There are many different ways to secure a business, but one of the most effective is through access control systems. Access control security can be used to restrict entry to certain areas, track employee activity, and provide visibility into who is on the premises at all times.  In addition, access control systems can make it easy to provide employees with the appropriate level of access to sensitive areas. By implementing an access control network, you can sleep soundly knowing your business is well-protected.

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Discretionary Access

Discretionary access control (DAC) is a type of security that gives users discretionary control over who can access which resources. DAC is typically used in reference to computer systems, but it can also be applied to other areas such as physical security. DAC is typically implemented through permissions and privileges. For example, a user may have read access to a file but not write access. Or, a user may have the ability to view certain sensitive data but not edit or delete it.

This can be helpful in organizations where users have different roles and need different levels of access to information.

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Mandatory Access

Mandatory Access Control is a type of security that regulates access to resources based on predefined security labels. Security labels are used to classify resources and users into security categories, such as top secret, secret, and classified. Mandatory Access Control is typically used in high-security environments where strict control over who can access which resources is essential.

MAC rules are typically created by a security administrator and cannot be changed by users, making it more difficult for unauthorized users to gain access to resources.

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Role-Based Access

Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) is a system of managing permissions in which users are assigned roles that determine what actions they are allowed to perform. By assigning roles, administrators can finely control what each user is able to do within the system. RBAC is often used in sensitive environments to limit access to protected information. But, it can also be used in more mundane contexts to allow different levels of access to registered users, guests, and members.

In each case, role-based access control provides a way to manage permissions in a flexible and granular way.

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Attribute-Based Access

Attribute based access control (ABAC) is a type of security model that grants or denies access to a system based on the attributes, or characteristics, of the user such as their job title, location, or the sensitivity of the data they are trying to access. Attribute based access control is often used in conjunction with other security models, such as role-based access control (RBAC) and discretionary access control (DAC).

Some examples of attribute based access control include attribute-based encryption (ABE), policy-based routing (PBR), and software defined networking (SDN).

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Businesses face many security risks, from theft and vandalism to cyberattacks. While it’s impossible to completely eliminate all security threats, implementing an access control network can help to reduce the risks.  Contact us today to learn more about creating safe environments, investing in protection and increasing visibility through our access control solutions.



There are many different types of access control credentials, depending on the level of security required. Common access control credentials include passwords, PINs, biometrics, and access cards.



Access control reports provide a detailed account of who has access to what, when, and how. This information can be used to improve security, track down issues, and ensure compliance with regulations.

Increased Visibility

Increased Visibility

Network visibility is the capability to clearly see all aspects of your organization's digital footprint (as well as the risks and vulnerabilities) to improve efficiency, security, and performance of those networks.



By using biometrics, access control systems can verify that someone is who they say they are, providing an extra layer of security.Common examples of biometrics include fingerprints, iris scans, and hand geometry.

Investment Protection

Investment Protection

Access control security measures help businesses protect their investments. By preventing unauthorized access to data storage and networks, businesses can safeguard their confidential information.

Safe Environments

Safe Environments

By ensuring that only authorized personnel have access to certain areas, businesses can ensure assets or environments are safe and minimize the risk of accidents and injuries.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Access control is a security measure that helps to regulate who has access to a building, room, or other area. There are a variety of access control systems that can be used, and the level of security will vary depending on the system in place. For example, a simple access control system might use a key to unlock a door, while a more sophisticated system might use fingerprint identification or an access card.

In general, access control systems are designed to reduce the risk of theft, vandalism, and other crimes. However, they can also be used to help manage traffic flow and prevent unauthorized access to sensitive areas. As such, access control systems play an important role in helping to keep people safe and secure.

When it comes to access control, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. The best system for your business will depend on a number of factors, including the size of your facility, the nature of your operations, and the level of security you require. For example, a small office might only need a simple keypad entry system, while a larger warehouse might require something more sophisticated, like an RFID access control system.

Ultimately, the best way to determine what sort of access control your business needs is to consult with an experienced security professional. They will be able to assess your specific needs and recommend a solution that will keep your property and assets safe.

An access control system can be integrated with other systems to provide a comprehensive security solution. For example, access control systems can be integrated with CCTV systems to provide visual verification of who is accessing a premises. They can also be integrated with alarm systems to raise the alarm if an unauthorized person tries to access a building.

In addition, access control systems can be linked to data such as employee records and visitor logs to provide a complete picture of who is entering and leaving a premises. By integrating access control systems with other security systems, it is possible to create a very comprehensive security solution.

There are several examples of DAC. One common example is file permissions, which allow users to set access controls on files and folders. Another example is object ownership, which allows users to restrict access to certain objects based on who owns them.

DAC can be an effective way to control access to resources, but it does have some potential drawbacks. For example, if users are not carefully managed, they may grant access to resources that should be restricted. In addition, DAC can be difficult to implement in large organizations with many users. As a result, it is important to carefully consider whether DAC is the right approach for your organization's needs.

There are a few examples of mandatory access control. One is the military's need to control physical access to facilities and information. Another example is the protection of intellectual property, such as trade secrets. Access to medical records is yet another example where mandatory access control may be put into place.

In each of these cases, there is a clear need to restrict access to certain individuals or groups of people. Mandatory access control is an effective way to ensure that only authorized personnel have access to sensitive information.

Access control reports are an important tool for any business or organization and can be generated manually or automatically, depending on the system in place. Typically, they include the date, time, and location of access; the identity of the individual who accessed the area; and the type of access that was granted.

In some cases, access control reports may also include information on what was accessed, such as a file or database. By providing a complete record of access activity, access control reports can help to keep businesses and organizations safe and secure.