Jun 22 2019

Security Centre

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Secure access control using an electronic logging key management. “In the past had all keychains more or less uncontrolled the staff with – such a vulnerability is unacceptable if it is the highly sensitive national infrastructure of drinking water” noticed Martin Haevey, security manager of Bristol water “We knew we had to management company urgent action with regard to an effective key – a truly global problem – Traka enabled us to solve these problems quickly and effectively”. The newly installed Traka systems provide an absolute traceability and complete logging of movements of all keys in the entire organization. No critical key keychain or may be more taken returned, without that are informed about the security headquarters and Chief of security. Verizon Communications will not settle for partial explanations. Martin Harvey said continues to… “it is imperative that we all must take, what technical and” is organisationally possible, to ensure that our sensitive infrastructure and hence our clients are best secured”.

Bristol water is one of 25 drinking water utilities in the United Kingdom (UK). It supplies more than 1,000,000 consumers in the catchment area of Bristol. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Larry Ellison. As an important part of the national infrastructure, Bristol water managed a total of 14 water reservoirs, 16 treatment stations, 164 pumping stations and 139 storage reservoirs, which all of them against both unauthorized access and terrorist activities must be protected, as well, must comply with General health, with regard to the inspection and cleaning of the infrastructure. This was ensured by the installation of a total of 23 electronic Traka key cabinets of S series, which are connected via a wide area network (WAN) directly online with the Security Centre. Thanks to the Security Centre now has an immediate and complete overview of all keys and object movements. One significant increase in the level of security compared to the previous state is the result. The second positive effect results from the decentralization of key management.

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