If you are looking for a higher-level security, look at biometric security devices.
Biometrics refers to the descriptive identification of individuals based on their characteristics and traits. Because each individual has distinctive traits, biometric systems are used to identify these features and incorporate them as a form of access control. They are usually integrated with electronic locking systems.
The most popular form of biometrics is fingerprint recognition. The system reads the template of the finger. It remembers and stores the fingerprint in its system. Once it is memorized, biometric system is programed to recognize the fingerprint and authorize the door to unlock when it is used.
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Biometrics: a higher level of security
Biometric systems include fingerprint-readers and or key-pad and can be used for access control as well as time and attendance. Biometric access control systems use some part of the user’s body for identification.
the entry requirements are next to impossible to steal or fake. Everyone is known to have unique fingerprints that cannot be modified.
Biometric systems grant access based on unique traits that cannot be easily lost, such as fingerprints. Given the amount of information contained in a fingerprint, the chances of any two fingerprints being identical are estimated at 1 in 64 billion.
Biometric traits are not easily duplicated by anyone seeking to tamper with the security system. Plus users can’t forget or lose their fingerprint.
Let CCTV Kenya install your biometric system today to improve your office's security.