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The primary measure to ensure complete physical security should be restricting and controlling people's access to an object, information, or any resource that is critically important for your organization. Access control allows you to limit the circle of persons who have the right to interact with any asset of your business only to the person or desired process of persons you define. Many know the most commonly used systems badges, keyboards, and trained guards. These approaches are reliable, but many innovations in this area are gradually replacing the methods we are used to.
To consider the entire system of ensuring physical security through access control, consider the system starting from the basics.
The first stage of passage and the first line of defense for most systems are physical objects: fences, gates, walls, and doors of buildings. They are the first to restrain from entering the territory. In this aspect, at the customer's request, additional measures can be installed to control entry into the environment - other locks, cameras, signs, and the use of barbed wire is possible. All this is the first signal for an attacker that the object is under surveillance and provided with a control system.
More complex systems and techniques for providing access and controlling it includes various technologies. In addition to the badges, cards and guards already mentioned, the use of NSF technology is increasingly developing. They are used in the already familiar many cards and badges, but they also allow you to set up work for access to specific sectors or information using a smartphone.
So today, Scalar offers its customers the creation of a building management system with a single remote center. Plus. Such a system consists of the possibility of gradually adding access zones and personnel and expanding the system's capabilities following the expansion of the Customer's infrastructure. And the distributed architecture of the access system allows you to ensure the security of many offices scattered around the world from one center. The system also allows you to ensure the safety of users by delivering alarm messages to users who are at risk, simultaneously launching processes to resolve the incident. Finally, the system collects all the reports about the incident into a single database for analysis.
If necessary, there is the possibility of introducing an NSF chip under the skin of employees, as some companies already do, which undoubtedly complicates the forgery or copying of other people's data and, accordingly, hacking the system, but is negatively accepted by trade unions and can create tension in the team, given the degree of physical pain and anxiety about the body.