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AbloyUk At Atm& Cyber Security Conference 2017

Security expert Abloy UK is showcasing its range of compliant locking solutions at ATM & Cyber SecurityConference 2017, that help achieve dynamic lockdown and that comply tonational fire and escape door standards.

 Taking place at the Park Plaza Victoria Hotel, London, between 10th-11thOctober 2017,the ATM & Cyber Security conference is the world’s leading conference focused on physical and logical ATM security.

Solutions presented on Abloy’s stand will include a range of locking systems to managekey control such as CLIQ and Traka 21 intelligent key management systemswhich enable secure auditable access and maximise security by enabling remote programming of individual keys. The systems also allow organisations to amend or delete access rights as required, minimising the security risks posed by lost keys.

Abloy will also present its new Safe Lock – a lock that offers the option of fob only access, negating the need for individual pass codes and enabling full access traceability. The Safe Lock includes features such as courier coding designed for Cash in Transit, as well as engineering code, audit code and dual programming mode enhancing security for lock administration.

In line with the growing prominence of the National Counter Terrorism Office’s ‘Run, Hide, Tell’ advice, the stand will include Abloy’s range of electric locksand the newSMARTairwith keypad which enables quick and easy programming for users with an individual key-code or card and can be easily integrated into a PROTEC2 CLIQ trial.

Abloy willbe also offering advice to visitors on thecritical importance of compliant electric locking solutions which meet building regulation standards such as EN179 Emergency Escape (for when the building occupants are aware of the building environment), EN1125 Panic Escape (for environments used by the general public) and EN13637 Electronically Controlled Escape Systems (for use on escape routes).

Steve Wintle, Head of Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) Division at Abloy UK comments, “The ATM & Cyber Security conference is akey event for the finance sector, and we are keen to meet with visitors to discuss a range of topics fromsafe locks, to reducing the risks associated with lost keys, to Dynamic Lockdown.

“With the growing global threat of terrorism, Abloy recognises the risks posed to the finance sector, and the importance of achieving effective dynamic lockdown to help protect people and assets.

“In addition to its wide range of compliant, high security products, Abloy is renowned for its expertise on compliance and we are pleased to have the opportunity to share our knowledge with senior figures in the finance sector.”

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