“Physical security and meeting compliance regulations begins with a solid plan for controlled access with security entrances.”
– Glenn Baruck, DigiTek Security
Whether it’s HIPPA laws for medical records or FSMA regulations that apply to our national food supply, many regulatory compliance laws include guidelines or recommendations for physical security to limit access to sensitive areas. To comply, organizations must take the necessary steps to reduce the risk of intrusion, and, they must prove that they have taken reasonable actions. That’s where security entrances can play a lead role; preventing unauthorized intrusions and helping organizations meet these regulatory requirements. If you are challenged with meeting any of these regulations, this article by Pierre Bourgeix for Security Magazine is a great place to learn about the best way to structure your security entrances.