HOW WILL RESTRICTED KEYING WORK FOR ME?
Restricted Key Systems are specially designed security systems, which give you total control over the access and distribution of keys for your locks. This is achieved by fitting a restricted key cylinder into the lock, with a unique profile that only restricted keys will go into.
When a restricted key system is put in place you enter an agreement with ‘RKSA’ to be the sole supplier of keys for the system in place. This way, every key cut and change of access, is registered on your secure records with us. These confidential records, detail the names and signatures of the Authorized Signatories nominated by you, along with the amount of keys in circulation. Unauthorized cutting and issue of keys is therefore eliminated, providing you with a greater amount of control over your security system.
HOW WILL ACCESS CONTROL WORK FOR ME?
Access Control Systems allow only authorized individuals or vehicles to enter, exit and gain contact to your valuable resources. Access Control can enhance the overall effectiveness of a security solution, as it needs to verify and authorize entry based on something known, like a PIN or something possessed, like an ACCESS CARD. In essence, Access Control allows easy entry to those who are authorized and deters the entry of any potential threat. ‘RKSA’ offers a range of access control systems including swipe cards or pin codes, and proximity readers.
HOW DO ACCESS CONTROL OR PROXIMITY CARDS WORK?
Access Control or Proximity Cards are of a similar size to a regular credit card, and can identify individuals and allow access to a pre-defined area by simply scanning the card in front of the proximity card reader. The reader then analyses the data stored in the access card and determines whether the user has authorized entry based on access level, date and/or time. The reader then stores the information and records the activity for future reference or reports.This type of system can monitor individuals’ access, protect employees and provide full activity reports. Access control software is password protected and allows administrator access to particular programs, networks or drives.