Access Control






The first electronic form of access control was invented by IBM in 1960 under a contract with the US government for a security system.  Access control refers to exerting control over who can interact with a resource.  Often but not always, this involves an authority, who does the controlling.  The resource can be a given building, group of buildings, or computer-based information system.  But it can also refer to a restroom stall where access is controlled by using a coin to open the door.  Access control is, in reality, an everyday phenomenon.  A lock on a car door is essentially a form of access control.  A PIN on an ATM system at a bank is another means of access control.  The possession of access control is of prime importance when persons seek to secure important, confidential, or sensitive information and equipment.  Beach Wire & Cable supplies an extensive line of access control equipment for all sorts of applications whether you are a home owner, school district, hospital, or an enterprise.  Whatever your need is we have a solution for you.


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