Utility safety: CyberLock Inc. provides a comprehensive access control solution for electric and water utilities, helping them to meet NERC/CIP standards. CyberLock® electronic lock cylinders and padlocks are durable and do not require wiring; this makes them ideal for remote or outdoor locations.
The CyberLock access control solution incorporates the mechanical lock hardware that is already being used in a facility. No wiring or structural changes are required to retrofit existing locks. Each mechanical lock core is simply replaced with a CyberLock e-cylinder for full-featured, electronic access control.
The CyberLock system allows facility managers to track traffic throughout their facility, even in isolated areas with no available power, such as perimeter gates and server cabinets. The e-cylinders and keys record lock openings as well as unauthorized attempts to gain entry, including a user ID and time and date stamp. The system’s email alerts and audit reporting of each person’s key and lock activity keep management updated, so informed decisions can be made when potential security issues arise.
CyberLock cylinders operate in a wide variety of applications where high security is required, such as entry gates, substations, containers, equipment closets, remote storage areas, trucks, storage bins, and more. CyberKey® smart keys cannot be duplicated or copied and can be deactivated if lost or stolen, reducing the risk of unauthorized entry.
CyberLock, Inc. will showcase its suite of high security, electromechanical lock cylinders and padlocks at the 2015 DistribuTECH show in San Diego, February 3-5, 2015, at booth #4320.
CyberLock products are manufactured at company headquarters in Corvallis, Oregon, USA.