A lot of companies look for ways that they can keep their businesses safe, and for many companies, this means using access control systems. There are three different types of access control systems that a company can choose from, based on their budget and their needs, so let’s look at them now.
Role-based – This means that everyone with the same roles will have the same access. It can grant a person access based on their privilege level, so those who have different seniorities only are able to access certain areas.
Discretionary – With this model, access is dictated by the owner of the business. Each of the card readers have their own list of the users who are authorized that’s been set by the owner. Based on that, they have access to the area or building.
Mandatory – This one is the most restrictive. The access is restricted by a hardware, software or policy component. It works for bigger organizations where the security head will determine what rules will grant access. This I great for the companies who have a lot of certain security needs, like tech companies. It will allow an authority to make decisions about the people who are able to access certain areas.
These are the three types of access control systems that you can choose from. Consider what you need for your company and the size of your business. Then choose the system that is going to work best for you and for your employees.