Improve Business Security with Biometric Access Control
Access control: it’s a basic element of security, but protecting people and data is anything but simple. When people are confident in their safety at work, they can be more productive. And, when data is protected, managers, users and customers can all feel comfortable that their private information is secure. Access control is all about protection, security and peace of mind. With Invixium, you can achieve that and more.
Picture Your Business With
Invixium Access Control
As a basic security measure, access control is important to businesses of any size and type. Examples of access control include lock-and-key, PIN pads, access cards, biometrics and more. When you use biometrics, you’re investing in a high-level, accurate and modern solution that makes a statement about how much you want to protect your business – and then follows through.
See how access control solutions from Invixium can benefit these scenarios:
A security manager at a large factory needs to allow a staff of 10,000 workers access to the facility, even when he isn’t on the clock. Printing 1,000 cards can be wasteful, and employees may lose or forget their credentials with no way of getting inside without them. So, biometrics are a good fit here. Because biometrics are the ID that’s always with you, and Invixium devices are built to support large workforces, this manager selects biometrics to ensure the building is protected when he isn’t there and his staff is never locked out.
An IT director at a large office building wants to ensure no one has access to executive offices while managers aren’t there. He also wants to give each manager the ability to grant access into their own personal office through a voice intercom and an easy-to-use software. He selects biometrics for their high level of security and modern appearance as a way to represent the company’s values, and also because devices from Invixium – like IXM TOUCH 2 – offer two-way voice communication for visitor management.
High Risk Areas
A COO at a data center needs to assure her managers and customers that data is as tightly secure as can be. Only a few people are allowed access to the physical location where data is stored, and she needs a surefire method to secure this area. She doesn’t trust the facility’s current PIN system because PINs can easily be lost, shared, or otherwise compromised. So, she invests in biometrics as an extra layer on top of the existing system, layering PINs with biometrics for three-factor authentication to prove the identity of anyone accessing her facility.
Calculate Your Access Control ROI
Access control is absolutely invaluable in terms of protecting the people, products and data at your business. But, biometric access control offers other monetary and environment benefits too, such as:
Reducing payroll for security staff by switching to an automated biometric system
Reducing the amount of plastic waste and card-ordering costs if switching from a card-based system
Reduced false match or false failure rates to ensure staff and visitors can gain access quickly and easily, without frustration
Invixium biometric access control is designed to scale, such as the addition of temperature screening and mask detection rules during COVID-19, so you can stay with the same system for a long period of time instead of transitioning again in the future
Safeguarding sensitive data and inventory can reduce loss or theft, which could amount to major cost savings