Today’s Access Control Systems Are Secure, Reliable, and Safe
Today’s access control systems leverage biometrics and smartcard technology to control access to buildings and restricted areas. HR and accounting also use the system to track employees, contractors, and vendors. But, what happens as more employees and operators work remotely? And are these systems secure against the growing number of cybercriminals?
As the business landscape transforms around us, the need to update legacy access and security systems becomes more critical than ever. Here, we’ll cover a few of the reasons you may need to update your San Antonio, TX, access control system.
A Q & A on How Facial Recognition Adds an Extra Layer of Security
Facial recognition was once a technology that seemed like science fiction. Today it is commonplace, with Apple and other smartphones employing facial recognition for security purposes. If it works for smartphone security, why not use it for your workplace's access control system?
Regardless of how common facial recognition may be in the smartphone world, most organizations don't rely on it. Card and magnetic fob access systems are ubiquitous, as well as keypads for manual code entry. You may have questions about its efficacy, speed, security, and costs. Keep reading to see if facial recognition technology makes sense for your access control solution in San Antonio, TX.