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Card Readers

Read: Tips For Deploying Wireless Locks and Readers on Your Campus

Tips For Deploying Wireless Locks and Readers on Your Campus

This relatively new access control technology can improve the security and efficiency of your school if it’s used correctly.

Read: Woman Caught Impersonating Doctor at Boston Hospitals

Woman Caught Impersonating Doctor at Boston Hospitals

The woman observed surgeries and breached several areas of one hospital.

Read: Niagara Falls School Board Puts $4M Towards Security Systems

Niagara Falls School Board Puts $4M Towards Security Systems

The money is part of the state’s $8.8 million Smart School Bond Act.

Mich. Dorm Shooting Injures Student

The person who fired the gun is not suspected to be a student.

Read: 4 Reasons Why You Should Install Electronic Access Control in Dorms

4 Reasons Why You Should Install Electronic Access Control in Dorms

Moving from mechanical to electronic access control solutions save a campus time and money, as well as provide many other benefits.

Read: How to Protect Your ID Card Access Control System From Getting Hacked

How to Protect Your ID Card Access Control System From Getting Hacked

Hacking card readers and ID harvesting has quietly become one of the easiest ways to hack.

Read: After Audit, Idaho School District Making Security Upgrades

After Audit, Idaho School District Making Security Upgrades

The district is using a $74 million bond to complete the renovations and installations.

Ill. University Begins Transition to Card Reader System

The smart card system will completely replace the old key system in the next four years.

4 Ways to Improve School Visitor Management

The right policies, building design and electronic security solutions can overcome many of the weaknesses associated with paper logs and low-tech visitor name tags.

Error Gives Thousands of Former Employees Access to Fla. School District

District officials say the problem is the result of a lack of integration between two databases.

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