2 Oct 2017
Why Vanderbilt’s SPC is a safe bet for bank security
As technology continues to catapult forward at a significant pace in the 21st century, banks are increasingly facing new security challenges to safeguard their buildings, staff, customers, and financial operations. As a result of this, it is critical that banks invest in security systems that meet the complex and unique requirements of the financial environment.
Vanderbilt’s SPC provides this solution through advanced, dedicated intruder detection features and products for banking applications. SPC offers versatile operation and comprehensive alarm management functionality. With the support of cloud services, end-user apps, and a dedicated software suite, this puts SPC at the forefront of modern intrusion detection.
PERSONAL SECURITY DEVICES, such as the SPC Wireless Personal Alarm, increase the confidence and security of bank employees, while SPC also offers a set of specifically defined ‘Financial’ area types for ATM and Vault environments with pre-defined times and enhanced security functions.
Here’s how it works. Users can define the period during which an ATM or vault remains unset. Once that period expires, the ATM or vault automatically sets to an interlock group, thus denying further access to other ATMs or Vaults if any ATM or Vault area within a group is unset.
THE DUAL PIN feature is another measured safeguard, requiring two PINs to be entered within 30 seconds to set or unset an ATM or Vault. Meanwhile, the All Okay feature requires users to confirm ‘All Okay’ on entry, or an alarm is generated.