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Keeping the Peace with Comprehensive Key Control at Government Buildings

Fernando Pires February 7, 2019
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When the subject is how to increase physical security at government buildings like embassies, the focus today is typically on perimeter security and dangers coming from outside the premises. Articles on the topic may discuss the potential need for high walls with concertina wire, or creating a greater setback from the street to minimize damage from explosives.

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Securing More Than Just Keys

Fernando Pires January 22, 2019
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Can key control control more than just keys?

Not only can it – it does. More and more organizations are finding that their need to secure a range of valuable items can be perfectly met by key control systems.

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The Importance of Timely Fleet Vehicle Service

Fernando Pires January 17, 2019
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Three Ways Electronic Key Control Eases Administrative Duties

Fernando Pires January 8, 2019
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Managing Access and Authorities at Airports

Fernando Pires November 13, 2018
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The mix of people on site at an airport at any given time will include airport personnel, airline employees, contractors, vendors and travelers. To manage the complex permissions of who is authorized to go where inside and outside the facility, it’s imperative for airports to implement an access control system.

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