Redefine

Your job has multiple layers. Your 
access control should too.

Today’s security professionals have more responsibility and fewer resources than ever. With so much at stake, it’s not enough to simply “check the box” – it’s time to redefine physical access control by going beyond the door.

Access Control is Multidimensional

As physical and cyber security converge (and threats span from doors to the network), visibility to multiple data streams will be increasingly critical. According to a Microsoft study by Accenture, “these blended threats require connecting data, building new capabilities, and gaining new insights to allow security teams to better defend against attacks.”

Is your access control
Future-Proof?

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36%

of executives report documents lost or stolen due to employees ignoring physical security protocols.

Shouldn’t access control support you when humans fall short?

60%

of security incidents end before first responders arrive.

Do you have a plan to respond before help reaches you?

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90%

of security video footage is never seen until an incident investigation.

Are cameras really enough to protect your people and property?

55%

of organizations fail to revoke access after an employee leaves the business.

Does your access control system alert you to security gaps?

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18%

of all violent crime in the United States occurs in the workplace.

Are you prioritizing cost at the expense of safety?

Reduce

Be a stealth hero with risk detection that gives you a sixth sense for danger.

The threat landscape is constantly evolving. Modern access control solutions must identify abnormal activity to help you improve safety and reduce risks – even when they’re invisible to the human eye.

The cost of a security breach

81% of a public company’s market value is held in intangible reputational factors. Can your business afford a security breach?

$7.91M

Average cost of a data breach (US) $3.86M (global)

UP TO $5M

Cost to settle a negligent security case

$25-50K

Average cost of enterprise PACs

Are You Prepared
to Navigate

the New Risk Landscape?

Roll over the diagram on the right to explore the complex set of threats that face security professionals today. Next-generation PACS should account for each of these factors.

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Insider Threats and Collusion

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Intruders

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Active Shooters and Assaults

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Multi-Vector Attacks

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Drones

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Terrorism

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Natural Disasters

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Life Safety Hazards

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Strikes and Protests

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Information Overload

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Connected World (IoT)

Respond

Intelligent access control helps you respond to threats before they become incidents.

It takes first responders 4-8 minutes to arrive in an active shooter situation. That’s why it’s critical for access control solutions to provide actionable guidance, taking you from panic mode to action-ready. Better still, get ahead of the threat with proactive intelligence that alerts you to abnormal activity.

How does your access
control compare…

Reclaim

You need a sense of control, even in an unpredictable world.

Reclaiming peace of mind comes down to trust. Modern access control must be automated to have your back – and programmable to integrate policies, risk profiles, and customizations that make your access control fit like a glove.

Custom Automation Saves Lives

Custom rules that fit your organization’s unique needs give security professionals the confidence they need to focus on high-value activities – and the early warning that can save lives.

Repurpose

Get an upgrade without a total redo.

A solution that integrates widely with existing hardware and security systems is a cost-effective way to revolutionize your access control without a full rip and replacement.

A Painless Path To
Modern Access Control

Enterprise migration paths take time. But for Mercury-controlled environments, upgrading to intelligent access control can be as easy as a software upgrade. Even layering on top of a legacy system, you can achieve these added benefits:

Proactive identification of potential threats

Insider threat detection using access analytics


Intelligent alarm management for all security technology


Risk-adaptive security policies and procedures


Confidence to fully transition to modern risk-adaptive PACS

Ready to

rethink

access control?

Make sense of it all with revolutionary access control that seamlessly unifies security data inputs, proactively identifies potential threats, and intelligently mitigates risks.

Learn how to future-proof access control

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  • Review the dangerous limitations 
of legacy access control
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  • Explore options for integration with existing systems
  • Get a checklist for modern 
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