Resilient smart card security regime runs even when cables are damaged


Mirroring the national trend over the past three decades, Nottinghamshire Police have reported a fall in crime figures for the Keyworth area. January's figures for the areas of Willoughby-on-the-Wolds, Keyworth, Tollerton and the Neville ward have dropped compared with the previous month. There were 31 crimes reported in December 2010 and the number fell to 22 last month. In Keyworth during the past month there were nine recorded crimes, compared with 14 the month before, including a shop theft.

Tensor’s simple to use Access Control software, called WinACnet, creates alarm messages when predetermined actions take place, or if a forced entry occurs at your business premises. These alarms are immediately emailed to a specified address. The resilient system keeps running even when certain cables are cut or damaged or PC networks fail. Other features in the smart card operated security regime include sensor monitoring to detect forced entry; and an audit trail showing who has gained access (or has been denied) at any location at any time.

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