Why Outdated Access Control Systems Are a Big Problem

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Access control for physical and cyber systems are both essential to the overall security of your organization. But much of the physical access control (PACS) technology is outdated, including the communication protocols driving it. PACS solutions that become old and vulnerable enable bad actors to gain access to a host of protected assets, including computer systems, physical resources, intellectual property and even personnel.

Physical access control doesn’t have to be the weak link in your security program. CSO and HID Global® have partnered to deliver a practical guide capturing best practices for implementing new, more dynamic access control technologies.

Download Why Outdated Access Control Systems Are a Big Problem and learn how to:

  • Build a business case around key benefits
  • Recognize opportunities for a cost-effective and minimally disruptive upgrade
  • Prioritize the steps in an efficient migration
  • Establish a cross-functional plan for overcoming challenges

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