The implementation of a standalone or fully integrated security solution creates a secure working environment during and outside of business hours. Electronic security solutions and procedures consist of various disciplines to meet with the client’s operational requirements and associated industry and government regulations. Correctly selected and configured security hardware will assist in the overall protection of a wide range of security management issues, incorporating regulated site access, visual detection, visitor management and the monitoring of system status and the pre-warning of possible security breaches. The protection of staff, visitors and assets are regarded as a priority and form a large basis of any design brief..
Tronsec have formed partnerships with various leading corporate, commercial and industrial corporations to provide total security management on a local and National basis. As part of the multiple services provided, Tronsec house and maintain client’s security servers either locally at our office with a direct connection to the client’s wide area networks, or within the clients existing IT domain. Tronsec has the ability to gain 24/7 connectivity to the clients security hardware globally, to complete security audits, database management, programming modifications, distribution of proximity cards and security identification.
The “Total Security Management Solution” was introduced, designed and implemented by Tronsec at the completion of a two year evaluation of various clients’ security requirements. As a result of the evaluations, Tronsec was invited by various industries to join security related committees and assist with the development of a strategy to improve the overall security management of our client’s critical infrastructure for current and future sites. In many cases there was no structure in existence to maintain the security integrity of assets, or the continuity of products and services provided prior to Tronsec’s involvement.
Tronsec have been contracted to control the security databases of various sites via the direct link to the client’s wide area networks. This includes the introduction of the card request, report and modification link located on various clients intranets. Clients can request new proximity cards, modifications to existing system functionality, system operation modification as well as generating reports via this National or Local link. On completion of the request form, the form is automatically forwarded to Tronsec mail server via the dedicated clients e-mail address. Once received by Tronsec, the request form is actioned and a completed statement reply sent to the client.