Wollongong City Security offers comprehensive and flexible access control solutions that protect and secure assets by helping our client address their demanding access control and identity requirements. Our access control specialists are equipped with the latest tools and knowledge to integrate alarms, cameras and access control systems to your requirements.
Wollongong City Security provides access control installation, management, and monitoring in Wollongong. Whether you are a small company or a large corporation we have the right solution for your needs, goals, and budget.
Our access control solutions can be integrated with alarms, security cameras, and fire alarm systems to control, track, and manage the security of your business. Our professional Security integrators will install, maintain, and repair any type of access control device.
- With keys, access is all or nothing. If an employee has a key, he can open a door any time of day or night. With access control, you decide when the doors can be used and by whom.
- If a key is lost or an employee leaves, your security is severely compromised unless you re-key all of your locks. With card access, simply tell the system to disable the card in question. All other cards continue to work properly.
- Keys can be duplicated. Access cards cannot. You have no way of tracking who has a key.
- Keys are anonymous. Access control systems create a detailed audit trail so you know exactly whose card opened a door and when. Your employees know this, too, which discourages inappropriate behavior.
- If an employee’s access needs change, the access cards can be quickly reprogrammed. Or, if an employee leaves, you can give his card to a new employee and all the access rights will reflect the latter person’s rights.
- No more “big ring of keys”. With access control, one card unlocks every door the employee is allowed to open. There’s no need for separate keys for each lock. Wollongong City Security even has access control solutions for unlocking lockers and cabinets and display cases.