Controlling Access - Protecting Personnel, Visitors and Assets.
Enhance the safety and security of personnel, visitors and assets by managing building access and inner-facility movement. M3T delivers a broad range of flexible and scalable access control solutions that vary from simple stand-alone PIN and/or card access locks to more advanced, networked solutions requiring software to manage access rights for multiple users and doors. Electronic locks and credential readers are available with features and options to fit every application and budget. Whether your business has only one way access or multiple entry points, access control security systems are scalable and can be customized to fit your business and security needs.
Our capabilities and services include:
- Multiple technologies available for stand-alone and network systems
- Smart card, proximity, magnetic stripe cards and readers, and biometric readers
- Integration of physical and logical access controls
- IP Video Integration
- Government Value Added Reseller (VAR) for Lenel
- Electric locks (mortise, cylindrical, exit devices), conventional electric strikes and magnetic locks
- Delayed egress electric locks
- Battery back up controls and surge protection devices
- Intelligent Locking System (ILS) Locks
VAHMS Access Control provides the full spectrum of Hosted and Managed access control services. Customers get the solution that’s just right for their specific business needs. This level of innovation translates into significant advantages in flexibility and scalability, while reducing the infrastructure and training costs compared with traditional systems.
Hosted Access Control as a Service
In a Hosted solution, the Managed Services Provider (MSP) hosts the database, server applications and hardware infrastructure, and provides the initial set-up of the account and components, which enables an end user to administer the services from either a secure web client or workstation. LEARN MORE »
Managed Access Control as a Service
In a fully Managed solution, the MSP hosts and manages the database, server applications and hardware infrastructure. The MSP also provides on an ongoing basis all functionality and needs of the Account and components. The end user makes requests to the MSP for all changes and operation, and has the ability to perform day to day operations from the secure web client. LEARN MORE »
Data racks in server rooms house some of the most important physical equipment used within an organization. “Business as usual” critically depends on the proper function of servers, the network, and company data files. Controlling physical access to data racks not only prevents unauthorized access but allows an organization to compile an audit trail of user access for individual data racks.
The Data Rack Access Control (DRAC) system uses a card reader associated with your existing or a new Card Access System software, electric locks on each rack door, and the necessary control hardware to make the system function. By presenting a valid card to the reader at the data rack, your organization will know who went into which rack when, thereby providing robust accountability and the ability to handle special situations, changing staff, and contractors/visitors most effectively within your server rooms.
Simple programming changes within the software allow you to determine who can access what racks when providing ultimate flexibility while maintaining tight controls within an organization with multiple classifications of personnel.
DRACS is ideal for large organizations with the need for a defined perimeter and tight controls within closer proximity to valuable equipment. It can also be used as a verification tool for help desk ticket remediation or as a forensic tool by recording each instance of human interaction with specific equipment.
Many organizations store Personal Identifying Information (PII) or other important data inside filing cabinets, often accessible with just a mechanical key or not even locked. In a busy office environment information within these cabinets may be vulnerable to being accessed by unauthorized personnel. The M3T Controlled Access Filing Cabinet System may be an appropriate solution to provide auditable access control to either legal or letter size filing cabinets.
The system uses a card reader associated with your existing or a new Card Access System software, electric locks on each cabinet drawer, and the necessary control hardware to make the system function. By presenting a valid card to the reader at the filing cabinet, one drawer at a time may be opened. Your organization will know who went into which cabinet and when, thereby enhancing the chain of custody to valuable information stored within.
Simple programming changes within the software allow you to determine who can access what cabinets when providing tight controls regardless of how your personnel assignments or storage methodologies vary.