When you’re running a business, the safety and security of your office building, warehouse, or other commercial property is of the utmost importance. However, you have a million and one other things on your plate at any given time, which can make it difficult for you to keep track of who is coming into and out of your building on a daily basis. Installing an access control system like a call box entry system or a keyless entry system can help with security issues. It can also ensure that your employees are only able to access designated areas.
Here are several types of access control systems that can be installed:
Discretionary access control system
When you set up a discretionary access control system, also known as a DAC system, you’ll assume complete control over who can enter all of the various parts of your commercial property. Each individual entry point within your system will have its own designated access control list that outlines which of your employees have your permission to enter it. This is usually the default system for those installing access control for their facility.
Mandatory access control system
Unlike a discretionary access control system, a mandatory access control system, also known as a MAC system, is a lot stricter. This type of system is often used by the U.S. military as well as many other government entities. It calls for a system administrator to create access settings for a building and then locks those settings in for good. It’s a more rigid system than a DAC system.
Role-based access control system
While other access control systems force you to decide how much access each of your individual employees will have, a role-based access control system, also known as an RBAC system, works differently. It gives you a chance to assign permission to certain areas to those who have specific job titles. This makes it easier for you to give someone access to a new area following a promotion without any work on your part.
Which type of access control system would be right for your Maryland business? Shore Home Solutions can help you answer that question and tell you more about the benefits of installing an access control system. Call us at 410-878-2448 today to see which access control systems we have in store for you!