Managing physical access has become increasingly important to utilities in the post-9/11 world - not just to ensure security, but to manage liability. Utilities are vulnerable to intrusion, theft, and vandalism. They consider security vital to their operations and are making it a priority. Controlling who has access rights and knowing when they exercise those rights is essential. As of September 1st, 2018, all power utilities are required to adhere to NERC CIP compliance. CyberLock meets CIP-003-3, 005-3a, and 006-3c.
CyberLock provides water and power utilities with the ability to increase access control at remote locations or areas where pulling hardwiring is not feasible.
Meets Government Regulations
IMPORTANT: All power utilities in the U.S. must be BES NERC compliant by September 1st, 2018.
CyberLock provides the key control and audit reporting needed to satisfy NERC CIP and EPA Guidelines. All key, padlock, and lock activity is electronically recorded. Email alerts and audit reports keep management informed of each person’s activities.
Remote Access Control
CyberLock cylinders and padlocks are installed and operate without the need for power or wiring, and can be easily deployed on gates, containers, watersheds, and other remote assets.
Key Control & Accountability
CyberLock allows you to control who and when someone accesses sensitive areas. Each user’s key can be programmed with specific access permissions detailing what locks and padlocks they may open, and when.
"With CyberLock, we can provide substantial proof to the Health Department and EPA that we are diligent in our efforts to secure our facilities and keep the public water supply safe."
-Technical Support Professional
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