Foolproof biometric access reduces facility protection costs and increase safety by validating and authenticating visitors and employees. The key to achieving access control is absolute identification of authorized users. This means using biometrics which is the only identification method that “cements” a user’s credentials to a person.
Do you want to make sure that only authorized persons access customer information? Banks are tasked with staff and customer safety, the security and confidentiality of customers’ personal information and to ensure compliance with the federal Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.
Do you need to ensure that dangerous chemicals and drugs are kept from bad actors? Pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors have multiple security concerns. Access control has become a key tool for protecting the assets of the pharmaceutical industry as it grows more complex because of external threats.
Is the security you have in place enough to protect your students and staff? Schools and colleges of all types and sizes are subject to security risks caused by unauthorized access. With the most feared risk being the “active shooter”.
Are your servers, work stations and cages vulnerable to unauthorized access? Keeping the bad guys from physically accessing servers is critical. Data center design continues to evolve requiring significant levels of security and audit trails to protect their facilities and the data.
Do you want to reduce costs and be more profitable? FaceKey’s Access Control, Time and Attendance, and Visitor System form a strong combination that assist manufacturing plants to save money and operate more efficiently. The Systems are suitable for small or enterprise industrial companies.
Do you need to protect your organization from back office theft and fraud? Employee theft and fraud is a significant source of loss and fraud for casinos and gaming. Back office operations involving cash and other valuables are at the greatest risk.
Do you want FaceKey to help you increase your sales? FaceKey customers use biometric recognition technology to strength their security products, enhance the identification level of their security systems, advance their self-serve products, and develop other applications.