What is an Access Control System?
The Access Control System refers to the overall structure of technology which paves way for selective access restriction within an infrastructure. The mechanism for selective access is determined by the use of lock or login credentials such as access cards, hand geometry scanners, and biometrics. When a credential is presented to a reader device, the access control system processor may accept or deny the request, depending on the compatibility between the credential presented and the access control list. The Access Control System enables central monitoring in your infrastructure, restricting who can enter and exit specific areas or resources.
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