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ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS IN THE OFFICE The day of the open, walk-in office environment has come to an end with the increasing incidence of industrial crime, vandalism, terrorism, violent protests, and physical violence against individuals. Within the office there are now numer ous items of considerable value to tempt the thief. Only a few years ago the major loss from an office theft would be some $800 typewriters and adding machines, now the office is populated by equally-portable personal computers, computer terminals, and other electronic machinery valued at up to $10,000 per item.
The question of a single central system versus individual dispersed systems must be addressed for the more complex of these situations, as must communications problems which are not relevant to the smaller problems. Should the various elements be independent or combined? In every security sys tem which encompasses a multiplicity of security technologies—alarms, access control, CCTV, EAS—a decision must be made between the efficiency of plac- 30 Access Control and Personal Identification Systems ing the systems under a single central controller, and the dangers of the "allthe-eggs-in-one-basket" syndrome which results from doing so.
From a security point of view, these two forms of transactions-by-wire have the following common characteristics: the bank has no control over the physical premises within which the terminals are located; there can be a very large number of transactions but there are generally few per originating terminal; and the average transaction amounts are not large. Security provisions therefore cannot take the form of physical measures, encryption, call-back, and the like, although some POS terminals are connected to their own computer systems and can be subjected to the usual measures associated with captive terminals.
Access Control and Personal Identification Systems by Dan M. Bowers