Protect Your Critical Cyber Assets with CyberLock
Videx, www.videx.com, announces CyberLock, a powerful access control solution for utilities and electric transmission companies that need to protect cyber assets that are critical under CIP reliability standards.
Videx, www.videx.com, announces CyberLock, a powerful access control solution for utilities and electric transmission companies that need to protect cyber assets that are critical under CIP reliability standards. CyberLock brings intelligent access control to existing lock hardware simply by replacing each lock's mechanical cylinder with a CyberLock electronic cylinder. No wiring is required for installation. CyberLocks install in lock hardware on TMedic boxes, RTU cabinets, control houses, substations, and perimeter fence gates.
CyberLock gives management the ability to track contractors and employees that go into sensitive locations. The electronic locks and keys record openings and exceptions such as unauthorized attempts to gain access. This detailed audit reporting makes the CyberLock system very powerful.
Each CyberKey can be programmed to open selected locks and padlocks on specific days and only during certain times on those days. The key contains the access privileges each employee needs to do their particular job. Keys can be set with a date to begin operation as well as an expiration date. The CyberLock system eliminates worries about lost keys because the electronic key cannot be duplicated and a missing key can be quickly deactivated.
With over 200 cylinder designs, each CyberLock cylinder is built to the exact dimensional standards of the mechanical cylinder it is replacing. In addition to CyberLock cylinders, Videx offers a full line of padlocks with the same auditing capability and access control features.
For more information about CyberLock products, please contact Videx by phone at (541) 758-0521, by fax at (541) 752-5285, by email at email@example.com, or visit the web site at: www.videx.com.
Stop by the Videx booth #3567 at Power-GEN, December 2-4 in Orlando, to see how quickly mechanical locks can be converted to a full-featured electronic access control system!