Have you been the victim of theft or vandalism? Are you wondering if there's something more you could be doing to protect the physical security of your sites?
Unfortunately, incidents of vandalism and theft are on the rise and you need to do what it takes to protect your important assets. Many are hesitant to purchase new security equipment, only to pay the price later when they lose so much more in value from theft.
Protecting your sites and your mission-critical equipment should be a top priority. You don't have to choose the right security system on your own, here are the 5 most frequently asked questions about deploying entry sensors to protect your valuable sites:
Whether or not you've been the victim of theft or vandalism, your unmanned sites are vulnerable. An alarming amount of theft and vandalism is done by employees, ex-employees, and contractors. With industrial crime on the rise, any site you leave unmanned is vulnerable. Don't take an unnecessary risk. Protect yourself.
Physical keys are easy to copy, which compromises the security of your sites. Lost keys can also generated excessive amounts of costs. Each time a key is lost you have to replace all of the locks, because you never know who may have ended up with the lost key. Old fashioned lock and keys also can't provide you with entry and exit data, so you'll never know who is accessing which building, or when they are doing so.
The big advantage of electronic locks is the efficient control you get with electronic access. You can keep track of who enters the building or site and you never have to worry about changing the locks - since you can just remove a keycard from the database and it no longer compromises your security. This is also great for disgruntled ex-employees - as soon as they leave your company, you can remove their access privileges. This greatly lowers your exposure to risk.
There are four key elements:
Choosing the right building access system doesn't have to be a hassle - and it certainly doesn't have to be expensive. A good vendor will work with you to help you design the perfect system to fit your exact needs. And by preventing one incident of theft or vandalism, your building access system could pay for itself several times over.
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You don't have to make this important decision alone. This White Paper will help you get started choosing the right system to enhance your security.
For more consultation on how to make the right choice, call (1-800-693-0351) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) the DPS Telecom experts. They can answer your questions and concerns, and help you choose the right system to protect your sites. You may also use the form below to get in touch with Mac Smith, who can also help you start protecting your valuable equipment.