Security manufacturer Abloy UK is inviting attendees to visit stand B65A at the Security & Counter Terror Expo 2017 to discuss the latest innovations in access control technology to help achieve dynamic lockdown.
National security event SCTX 2017
Taking place on 3-4th May 2017 at London’s Olympia Centre, SCTX is the UK's leading national security event for professionals responsible for protecting business, national infrastructure, governments and nations against terrorism.
Abloy will be showcasing its range of high quality compliant locking solutions, including low energy electric locks, LPCB-rated padlocks and its revolutionary PROTEC2 CLIQ Connect system.
Abloy electric locking solutions
Visitors to Abloy’s stand will be able to get an interactive demonstration of a number of electric locking solutions, get hands-on with the company’s collection of mechanical and electro-mechanical padlocks, and learn how Abloy products can be combined to help achieve dynamic lockdown.
Abloy will also be demonstrating PROTEC2 CLIQ, a web-based security management solution that allows for the remote management of diverse or large electronic master-keyed sites at any time, from anywhere in the world.
Secure key management
The PROTEC2 CLIQ system provides comprehensive audit trails on cylinders and padlocks, recording who used each key, where and when with the ability to remove permissions quickly and easily for lost or stolen keys from the system, thereby providing secure key management at all times.
"By combining a number of Abloy devices, a bespoke and effective security provision can be created
The latest innovation of the system - CLIQ Connect - utilises a revolutionary highly encrypted online management system that uses advanced Bluetooth 4.0 technology, enabling users to update keys wirelessly from their smartphone.
Access control and terrorism
Steve Wintle, Head of CNI at Abloy UK, said: “We’re keen to speak with security specifiers at SCTX to discuss the current threat of terrorism and the role of access control in preventing potential attacks and providing a quick response when needed.”
“To achieve dynamic lockdown, an organisation needs the ability to quickly restrict access and egress to a site or building - or areas in the building - through physical measures in response to a threat.”
“By combining a number of our access control devices – such as Abloy padlocks, electric locks, and PROTEC2 CLIQ – a bespoke and effective security provision can be created to ensure maximum security.”