Access Control

  Access Control

Physical Access Control is a system that enables you to control access to areas and resources in a physical facility.  The possession of access control is of prime importance when persons seek to secure confidential or sensitive information and equipment.  Access control system, within the field of physical security is generally seen as the second layer in the security of a physical structure.

Access control is in reality an everyday phenomenon.   A car key is essentially a form of access control. A PIN on an ATM system at a bank, and a computer password are some examples of access control.

Electronic Access Control systems go beyond the locking and unlocking of a door and ensure that only the right people have access to certain areas and information.  Your home might need the security of an electronic access control system which ensures safety for your staff, guests, and protection of sensitive materials.

BFM Alarm Systems provides access control for the entire facility or specific areas.

Some of the solutions BFM offers are:

  • Single or multiple manual door entry devices

  • Access control cards and readers

  • Computer based and controlled electronic access

  • Remote access and control of your security system from your computer or Smart Phone

BFM knows that controlled access might be as important to your bottom line as it is to your security.