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Bank Access Control Policy Addresses Safety & Accountability

Fernando Pires October 31, 2019
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Considered prime targets for criminal activity, banks and other retail financial operations are generally better prepared than other industries to tackle security threats. From video surveillance systems to sophisticated alarm and intrusion detection systems to improved lighting, a bank’s comprehensive bank access control solution can help to foil even the most determined criminal. Operational procedures also play a significant role in maintaining a safe and secure environment and one of the most important of those is a key control and management policy.

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Protecting Two-Factor Authentication Security Keys

Fernando Pires October 2, 2019
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Take a look at your keyring. Are you missing anything? According to some cybersecurity experts, if you do not have a digital security key, you are overlooking a valuable resource that can help to ensure cybersecurity for yourself and your organization.

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Improve Your Facility's Network Security with Key Control

Fernando Pires August 26, 2019
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Data centers have long been the choice of organizations to house their servers and sensitive data. However, now many small, medium, and large business are choosing to house their data onsite to keep critical data in-house.

Those businesses that employ on-site servers and that store sensitive data in-house need to recognize that they are at risk of a cyberattack, given the fact that hackers are increasingly sophisticated and aggressive. Security breaches are always a possibility, so making sure that your servers are protected against both cyber-intruders is critical.

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Securing Your Data Center with Key Control Systems

Fernando Pires July 22, 2019
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At the time, it was the largest data breach in history.

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Reducing Shrinkage and Loss with Key Control

Fernando Pires June 18, 2019
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Theft, fraud, and losses from other retail “shrink” totaled $50.6 billion in 2018, up from $46.8 billion the year before, according to the National Retail Security Survey by the National Retail Federation and the University of Florida.

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