We have long since passed the point when executive management had to be made aware of the need to establish and maintain a secure environment in the workplace. It is now universally understood that threats exist, and that organizations must take steps to reduce risk and create a safe space for personnel, students, visitors, customers and vendors.
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Security entrances have been successfully used in enterprises for years to mitigate security threats and risks through the elimination of unauthorized entry and tailgating, control of employee and visitor traffic, maximization of human resources, and overall, the protection of people, property and assets.
For an integrator, selling security entrances provides multiple opportunities to not only build your business, but it can also be a way to create and build a strong relationship with a user. But, is it right for everyone?
What do hackers see when they look at many company’s IT networks? One word: opportunity. An opportunity to steal a company’s data, hold it ransom, sell it, exploit it, and cause financial and brand damage that some companies may never recover from.
Hackers are so good at what they do that it could be hours, days or even weeks before a company realizes that its data has been compromised.
Your organization is being threatened, and you may not be safe.
Risk prevention has always been a fundamental part of business planning and operations. And while the various forms of protection available have evolved over the years, the reality is that risk has evolved as well. Ultimately, your organization may be more vulnerable today than it ever has been.
Revolving doors create modern entrances that reduce energy and save businesses space. But, as with any entrance that is used by the public, there are some implications to consider for creating the safest experience possible. Consider 5 safety tips for the safest revolving door entry.