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Browse through our extensive catalog of Access control software, featuring 538 products from 58 Access control software manufacturers and suppliers. You will find detailed product profiles and technical specifications from all the top brands including Vanderbilt, HID, DSX, Nedap AEOS and CEM. Find and compare up to 5 Access control software, select the one that meets your requirements and send an inquiry directly to the manufacturer. Keep visiting SourceSecurity.com for comprehensive information on the latest Access control software releases.

Max No. of Doors per System
1 million | 1,000 | 1,024 | 1,200 | 100 | More
No of Cardholders included
4,000,000 | 1,000 | 10 million | 10,000 | 100 | More
Photo ID
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Do you know the weakest link of your access control system?

In end-to-end security, it’s important to consider that the chain is only as strong as its weakest link. That is why it is essential that an access control system is always evaluated in its entirety, to discover where the weakest link can be found.   It is not uncommon for access control systems to be installed and then used for the longest time possible without any attention to updating the system’s intrinsic security features. There are many systems in the field that are over 10-years old, based on technologies much older than this and with no or very low cyber security protection.    Some ‘weak-links’ might be strengthened by new encryption methods, others by good process and some only by partial or entire replacement. What is essential is that for those considering investing in new technology, not to introduce weak-links.    

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