The benefits of the Paxton compact proximity reader

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The benefits of the Paxton compact proximity reader

Access control continues to advance with new card systems, biometrics systems and internal networking software.

However, across the Middle East, there are a number of new techniques that combat Access Control, such as card cloning.

An individual will make a 3D print of a card, upload necessary information illegally stolen and gain access to all parts of an establishment. This can potentially lead to individuals having the power to steal sensitive information and equipment.

The answer? Reader Technology from Paxton Access Control.

All electronics, connected to the latest forms of Authentication, are present within one e-reader. One such example is the P38 compact proximity reader.

Two wires connect the reader to the lock and power supply, drilled onto the wall and the enrolment card is presented to the reader itself.

Following this, tokens are given out to Shadow Cards. Information is distributed appropriately and with confidentiality – due to this, alongside the nature of the network between installed modules, mean that if there is any chance that an individual has been cloned, an individual leaves the company or has somehow invalidated their card, they are immediately barred from any access through any of the proximity readers on site.

This network nature, alongside the information control that a number of security officers have access to, will mean that an establishment – of any size – with any number of proximity readers – will have the highest level of access control protection available on the market.

Find out more about Paxton’s access control range through the official website.