Access Control Design Principals

Gallagher Security - 285

Organisation profile

Gallagher Security is a global security manufacturer and leader in integrated access control, intruder alarms management, and perimeter protection. Across more than 130 countries around the globe, Gallagher is trusted to protect some of the world's most sensitive and critical sites. In the UK, we are CSE Listed, CAPSS Approved, NPSA Assured and GovPass Compliant and Gallagher Security has delivered trusted, tested and proven solutions around the world for more than 85 years.

Training aim

To understand the principals of access control design.

Learning objectives

• Difference between secure & vulnerable access control credentials

• System Protocols

• System Architecture Choices

• Building RESTful API knowledge

• How to migrate from legacy systems

• Securing Lift Access & Lobbies

• Access Control Reporting

Course outline

Access Control forms an important part of any good security design.  This CPD covers key principles in design including credential technologies and vulnerabilities, system architecture types, platform migrations, open integration & API and key considerations for your access control project.

Trainer's profile

Daniel McKeon

Experienced Business Development Manager actively working alongside consultants, contractors and end users across the UK to assist them with their security and access control requirements on a wide range of projects.

Course duration

1 Hour

Assessment & certification

No assessment. Certificates will be shared following course completion.

Who should attend

• System designers and operators

• Consultants – stage 3-4 design

• M&E contractors – reviewing specifications or designing their own.

• End user teams planning their building use