Press Release Summary:
Built with metal housings, CyberKey Vault and CyberKey Vault20 provide secure access to key cabinet, secure access to individually programmed keys, and audit report of each key's lock opening and unauthorized attempts to enter. When employee needs key, RFID card or correct PIN must be entered to open cabinet and entered again to request key to be programmed and released. When employee returns electronic key to cabinet at end of day, audit trail of key and lock activity is downloaded to software.
Original Press Release:
Videx to Unveil Two Exceptionally Smart Key Cabinets at the IPI Parking Show in Las Vegas: CyberKey Vault and CyberKey Vault20
Corvallis, Oregon, -Videx (www.videx.com) announces two smart key cabinets: CyberKey Vault and CyberKey Vault20. Built with rugged metal housings, the key cabinets provide three layers of key security: secure access to the key cabinet, secure access to individually programmed keys, and an audit report sent to management of each key's lock openings and unauthorized attempts to enter. CyberKeys that are stored in the cabinets contain no permissions to open locks. When an employee needs a key, their RFID card or correct PIN must be entered to open the cabinet and entered again to request a key to be programmed and released. The key that is released contains the access permissions they need to do their job: what locks they may open, and when they may open them. At the end of the day, when the employee returns their electronic key to the cabinet, an audit trail of their entire key and lock activity is downloaded to the software. After the cabinet reports back to the software, the key automatically returns to an un-programmed state. It remains in this un-programmed state until another authorized employee presents the required RFID card or PIN identification. The economics of the CyberKey Vaults are very attractive. Inexpensive RFID cards are used to access the cabinets and the electronic key. The electronic keys can be shared by any number of employees. This sharing of keys and dispensing them automatically is an efficient, cost-saving way to manage an organization's resources while at the same time increasing security. In addition, a ring of mechanical keys can be attached to a CyberKey for safekeeping in the cabinets. Any CyberKey that has been docked in a cabinet cannot be forcibly removed without destroying the key. CyberKey Vaults communicate with CyberLock access management software and can be installed in any location that has a network connection so a key can be quickly updated with an employee's access permissions. A single system can manage multiple key cabinets. The CyberKey Vaults are the newest addition to an extended family of CyberLock products. About Videx
Videx manufactures CyberLock products that are shipped worldwide from their headquarters located in Corvallis, Oregon. For more information about the CyberKey Vaults, please contact Videx by phone at (541) 758-0521, by fax at (541) 752-5285, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our web site at: www.cyberlock.com.