BattZ Posted January 24, 2012 Share Posted January 24, 2012 Recently someone tried to break into a warehouse portion of my work. They tore the knob and lock to hell, but didn't manage to get in. This warehouse is leased out, but a "locked" off part (2 peices of dry wall and a door, no ceiling) contains our modem, some routers, a firewall and a few other items of the type. Last year I brought up the idea of biometric and magnetic locks to the CEO, but he put it on the back burner since there was more important things to do, but this brought it back up front for him. So I was curious if anyone had experiences with them, I would prefer (I think) something connected to a server, so I could run at least 3 doors using the same fingerprint database. I've only seen one or two like this, which is making me think there is a better way that I'm not seeing. Most can only store 25 prints, a few others 99, while we have around 20 employees now, we are going to be hiring several more in the next month or so. They didn't think about security before I was hired, so now I'm trying to catch everything up. On the bright side, my boss's password is no longer 123456, I didn't think people really used that, even though it's on every top hacked passwords list every year. Any insights into this are greatly appreciated Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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