Access Control System

Managing access to resources is assuming increasing importance for organizations everywhere, from small entrepreneurial companies to large corporate enterprises and government bodies of all sizes. Even the most neutral organization now recognizes the danger of a security breach.

Automated Time & Attendance Systems
Companies of all sizes use time and attendance processes to gather information about the amount of time employees spend on the job. The most common tracking is the capture of an accurate time each employee reports to work and the actual hours they spend on the job. Access control is the heart of security.
  • - The ability to allow only authorized users, programs or processes system or resource access.
  • - The granting or denying, according to a particular security model, of certain permissions to access a resource.
  • - An entire set of procedures performed by hardware, software and administrators, to monitor access, identify users requesting access, record access attempts, and grant or deny access based on preestablished rules.

Biometrics: The Password You'll Never Forget

PIN's, passwords, and physical tokens, are popular present-day methods used for authentication and verification. However, there are a number of problems associated with these types of identification. People forget, reuse, and write down passwords. People loose tokens or they may be stolen. Recognition of passwords or tokens does not ensure the identity of the person providing it. There is little "work" on the part of the user to authenticate or verify themselves. No memorization of passwords. No misplacing of tokens.

Benefits of Biometrics:

  • Accurate
  • No hassle of cards, tokens or passwords.
  • Small storage
  • Highly developed and researched
  • Secure
  • Reduced costs