Security screenings help ensure your organization is safe and secure, but they’ve received a bad reputation over the years from being expensive, time-consuming, and difficult to execute in-house. And traditional measures like metal detectors, sign in sheets, and bag checks no longer cut it. They are outdated and don’t truly identify who is entering your facility. Learn more about how Ident Solutions’ latest is changing what you thought you knew about security screenings and why your business needs FedCheck.
For the past decade, organizational security has been focused on detection rather than prevention causing a major gap in the security industry between security processes and visitor management systems. Fortunately, governmental changes have enabled the development of new security technology to help ensure thorough and accurate in-house visitor screenings become a reality.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), in conjunction with the Criminal Justice Information Service (CJIS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), has implemented stronger, strategic requirements and extended them to local law enforcement agencies. The result has been a more unified security system with seamless sharing of up-to-the-minute information between all levels of law enforcement and critical infrastructures. FedCheck Secure delivers that information instantly to your organization even before a visitor has the chance to enter the facility.
By utilizing Know Your Visitor (KYV) technology, it fills the above-mentioned gap by ensuring that the data you receive in real-time is accurate and up-to-date every time a visitor scans in. With a quick scan of a driver license, KYV analyzes millions of data points from thousands of databases. Within seconds, your team sees the who, what, where, and when of an individual’s data and assesses their suitability and potential risk of illegal intentions towards your location—or the people within—during their visit.
Best of all, your security team will be able to access this technology from anywhere. FedCheck Secure is cloud-based, making it easier than ever for your organization to enforce strong visitor regulations in-house. Access Secure from any mobile device, allowing you to conduct security screenings at as many locations across your property as needed. If an alert is detected at any time, your designated personnel within the organization will be notified instantly and voicelessly on their personal device. From the reception desk in your lobby to the entrance of a football stadium, you can approve or deny all visitors with just one touch.
FedCheck supports law enforcement agencies as they strive to protect the 16 sectors of the critical infrastructure. The DHS has determined that these 16 sectors are at the highest risk for attacks and carry the greatest potential for damages if they are compromised. As a result, the department has recommended round-the-clock, state-of-the-art protection for these sectors. FedCheck Secure helps ensure this top-tier security for the following sectors:
- Commercial and entertainment
- Critical manufacturing
- Healthcare and public health
- Government and education
- Information technology
- Financial services
- Defense and industrial
- Emergency services
- Food and agriculture
- Nuclear reactors, materials and waste
- Water and wastewater
No matter the sector, a solution like FedCheck Secure provides cultural benefits as well. By addressing potential security problems before they have a chance to develop, you are ensuring a happier, more productive workplace. That peace of mind stretches to your current and potential clients as well, as you can ensure them that you have the latest and best security technology in place.
Finding the right security process and visitor management system is crucial to your business. With FedCheck Secure, your business can address potential security problems before they have a chance to develop and protect your facilities, employees, and visitors.
Learn more about Ident Solutions’ game-changing security technology and get in contact with the Ident team here.