Identifying risks

In order to procure an electronic access control system, you would first need to understand the risks you are guarding against in order to develop the underlying requirements for that system. Once you understand the risks, you can then develop requirements for dealing with those risks prior to selecting a suitable system. Ideally, a client would have a firm understanding of the risks involved in controlling authorized access at their particular property. These risks could be identified as part of a detailed risk assessment procedure, the output from this procedure could then form the basis of perhaps a briefing document provided to either a specialist electronic access control installer, or a designer employed to produce drawings and a specification…

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