Physical Access Control

Security Framework


Organizations must develop and implement the appropriate safeguards to limit or contain the impact of a potential cybersecurity event.


Organizations must develop an understanding of their environment to manage the cybersecurity risk to systems, assets, data and capabilities.


Organizations must implement the appropriate measures to quickly identify cyber security events.


Organizations must develop and implement effective activities to restore any capabilities or services that were impaired due to a cybersecurity event.

Physical access control systems must offer a certain level of freedom to authorized users while giving security managers enough  control to  keep bad
actors out.

The system must be responsive, robust and operate independently.

Advanced access control systems are cyber resilient and provide seamless integration to video management and intrusion detection systems.

Near Field Communication (NFC) and blue tooth have changed the security landscape by enabling any smart phone to become a security credential  with 
crypto algorithms and authentication protocols used by intelligent access 
control systems.

Electrified locksets have extended the use of electronic access control deeper into the building beyond traditional perimeter and high security openings by combining the lock, credential reader, door position sensor and request-to-exit switch all in one easy to install unit.

Find out how Securicom can install a cutting-edge solution for your project that lets authorized personnel gain access to secured doors, floors, gates, networks, 
services and more.

Contact us today to book a demo or get a quote.