LAS VEGAS, April 9, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Apollo Security CEO Clifford Crane is reminding businesses at this year's International Security Conference and Exposition (ISC West) that protecting their sensitive data goes beyond firewalls and guarding against digital intrusions. Businesses are becoming heavily reliant on robust information technology services whether it's inter-office correspondence, tracking inventory, or providing customers with ongoing product support. That's why Apollo Security is reminding companies that an enterprise access control system is a vital component in a comprehensive security strategy and protecting sensitive data.
Physical access to servers and unauthorized visitors can be just as compromising as a well orchestrated cyber attack. Apollo Security specializes in electronic systems that will enable mid-size companies to track visitors and employees around critical IT infrastructure. Apollo Securityis an industry leader in access control systems and will be exhibiting at the Sands Expo and Convention Center April 10 -12 in Las Vegas.
Apollo Security designs and manufactures all of their products at their headquarters in Newport Beach, Calif. With more than 20 years of experience, Apollo Security employs the latest in biometrics technology providing a multi-factor authentication process for access control systems. At ISC West 2013, representatives from Apollo Security will introduce security professionals to their family of products and innovative technology developments.
Apollo Security offers reliable and scalable enterprise security system architectures that include alarm systems and monitoring, identification and enrollment, as well as surveillance and detection. Their team of employees works closely with leaders in defense, aerospace, banking, and pharmaceutical industries to stay better connected and gain the insight needed to meet the security demands for today's world.
Some of the world's most secure facilities ranging from gas and oil platforms, scientific research sites, military installations, and financial industry partners are protected by Apollo Security. By implementing an electronic physical access control system, mid-size companies are better protected from the growing number of social engineering breaches that dominate newspaper headlines and industry trade magazines. Apollo Security reminds mid-size businesses that the proper access control system provides an electronic record of employee access to the business's most critical data storage facilities.
Apollo Security is offering this advice to mid-size companies at the ISC West 2013 which is the largest US event for security professionals seeking information about emerging technologies and the latest access control products. Team members from Apollo Securityas well as CEO Clifford Crane will be available to speak with at their booth #6101.
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