Physical Security

In any organization, even a single vulnerability can lead to a security breach. By implementing a three-tier system, we can help to reduce this risk and keep your organization safe.

Physical security equipment and systems can improve the safety of your facility and staff members, protect confidential data and deter theft. Should any type of crime occur, security footage can be used as evidence that a crime was committed.

IT Initiatives often recommends a three tier system of access control, video surveillance and intrusion detection. We also work with resident monitoring and visitor management technologies.


AxisP3367Video Surveillance, Video cameras and related equipment are installed in strategic areas of your facility. High-definition surveillance footage is displayed “live” on administrative computers, tablets, phones or security offices for uses with proper credentials. Additionally, a copy is digitally stored within your computer network and images can be saved permanently; when required.  TC3Access Control Systems will manage access to your facility or a specified geographic location within your facility. Staff members can only gain entry with the proper credentials, such as presenting a card or key tag/fob, using biometric scanning (fingerprinting, retina/iris scanning, voice identification) or entering a password. Multi-feature authentication can also be used ensuring someone is who they present themselves to be.
PS2Physical Intrusion Detection Systems can physically lockdown specific areas of your building where advanced security is required. This system can be set up to alert your staff, or the authorities, when someone without proper credentials gains or attempts entry. VisiorManagment Visitor Management Systems complement access control systems and track visitors to your facility. An automated system adds many benefits – you can monitor the location of your visitors and enhance security and safety for both residents and staff. This system is critical should you need to evacuate your building.

There are many products, services and options when considering physical security systems and equipment. The experts at IT Initiatives can help you review and select the right equipment for your facility and budget.Please Contact Us for more detail.


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