County Goes Enterprise Access

September 2004
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2004, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p30
Trade Publication
Reports on the increased emphasis on security of government agencies' employees and its building in Orange County in California. Agreement between Checkpoint Systems Inc. and the Internal Services/Facilities Operations Division of the county; Challenges faced by the company in providing services such as access control and monitoring traffic flow of over 60 facilities of the agency; Decision to change all of the county's magnetic strip readers to proximity readers.


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