Coventry, United Kingdom, September 08, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Because threats to data security are internal to organisations as well as external, securing physical access to server cabinets is essential. That’s why corporations, military units and intelligence communities rely on EMKA-Digitus Biometrics, and stemming from this partnership there is now a full and free catalogue on the EMKA-Digitus range of Electronic and Biometric locking systems. This includes the world’s most flexible solution set for server-cabinet access control, with options for biometrics, proximity cards, smartcards, and PINs, including single- and dual-factor authentication.
Featuring built-in audit trails, these lock systems automatically document every event – including which cabinets have been accessed, when they were accessed and which individual gained access. They feature multi-factor authentication capable of combining keycard, biometric, RFID smartcard and PIN inputs, seamless enterprise access control integration and freedom to manage the system through a central software platform. This ensures convenience for both system administrators and end-users, built-in audit trail to meet regulatory compliance standards for physical access control and minimal hardware footprint within server cabinets.
Also covered is the db Bus access control system which saves costs by eliminating the need for a controller, network point and power supply at each cabinet. A sophisticated bus architecture distributes fail-safe signals and electrical power from a single controller to up to 64 cabinet door locks. The unit offers multiple options for authentication.
The EMKA 2018 Electronic and Biometric Locking Catalogue is available online at www.emkablog.co.uk/2018-locking-catalogue, or by email or phone request to email@example.com, telephone 024 7661 6505.
Further information on EMKA electronic and biometric locking products can be found at www.emkablog.co.uk/electronic-biometric-locking/. Readers can find the latest information and news on the EMKA blog – www.emkablog.co.uk or follow them on twitter - http://twitter.com/emkauk.