Access control

The risk

Would you still consider, in this day and age, leaving your door unlocked? Or leave your keys under the doormat?

To leave your property, company stock, IT rooms, or any sensitive area in a building without protection amounts to, literally, leave the door open to all kinds of possible theft, damage or fraud.

The need to equip oneself with one

How to distinguish indeed, within a control-less system, between a colleague and a temp who will be gone the next day?

Between an employee with 10 years of service and a nosy visitor wandering through your offices?

Access control has become an essential tool in modern security management.

Solutions

The simplest systems autonomously control a single door. No more keys lost by your employees or your children as everyone will have his or her personal “secret” code.

No more illicit extra keys that used to spark most of illegal activities.

The more elaborate systems not only count the number of entries and exits from a given area, but they also authenticate staff members and organize the hierarchy of the rights of entry.

Flexible to use, they can include additional functions such as allowing clocking in / out.

It is also of valuable help in the event of major incidents (fire,…) which require quick evacuation.

Allowing C&Cure to set up your system is to ensure you regain direct control over access to your offices, business or home, for we actively contribute to your security.

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