ITC Holdings Secures Their Critical Cyber Assets with CyberLock

Concerns about vandalism, theft and the potential for sabotage and other acts of terrorism has motivated ITC Holdings, Inc.

Robert Blickensdorf, ITC Security Manager, says, "We needed a system that could eliminate the risks associated with the duplication of keys and track contractors and employees that go into locations that contain critical cyber assets." ITC wanted to know where each key had been used, how it had been used, and by whom.

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