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What is Access Control?

Access control 101

Access control is the selective restriction of access to a place or other resource. It consists of two main components: authentication and authorization.

Authentication is a technique used to verify that someone is who they claim to be. Once a individual has been verified, authorization determines if that individual should be allowed to access the jobsite or facility that they’re attempting to enter into based on their credentials, certifications, and/or requirements.

As a result, access control minimizes the risk of unauthorized access to physical and computer systems. This ensures the safety of authorized personnel and prevents the theft of data, assets, etc.

Benefits Access Control

Theft and Loss Prevention

Insurance and Liability

Record of Data Entry/Exit

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