access-control

12 Mar: Access Control – What is it?

Every day, all of us require access to a variety of different physical spaces. Each of these spaces has a different level of access restriction. Homes, apartments, garages, and gyms are a few examples of the restricted facilities we access on a regular basis. A shared access point is an entrance to a facility to which multiple people require access at varying times throughout the day. Shared access points are everywhere. Parking garages, front doors for apartments, doors to an office building, and gates for gated communities are examples of shared access points that we encounter on a regular basis.