Making an entrance
Iain Entwistle looks at why advances in technology means that security portals are now better able to complement manned guarding
Whether it’s just one person or several hundred people in a building, they are all vulnerable to criminals who gain unauthorised access. Items being stolen or staff being attacked are the dangers of cutting corners when it comes to physical entry barriers. Traditionally, larger premises have relied on manned reception and security teams, although as criminals become more sophisticated or simply tailgate their way in by closely following the person in front, specifiers are looking at ways . . .