testing deviceAccess Control Systems have evolved rapidly from a collection of mechanical door locks, fences, and manned checkpoints to a technology-driven core business strategy that sometimes involves multiple computer-based systems, smart cards, biometric devices, and video – all linked together via an enterprise-wide IP-based network. In the past, access control may only have involved preventing people from entering or exiting a building or facility. Today it has transitioned to the larger role of safeguarding not only your employees, but your technology and critical business information as well.

At NYCONN Security we view access control and security event documentation as a strategic component of your company’s overall business intelligence system and processes. Systems designed to control a single door with a handful of users via hardwire, to hundreds of buildings, thousands of users controlling doors, elevators, and Input/Outputs, communicating via TCP/IP, USB, RS422, as well as dialup. All our systems allow for expansion as your company grows.