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CyberLock CyberKey offers temporary activation to verify package delivery at a Midwest company in the US

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Published on 4 Feb, 2014 http://www.sourcesecurity.com/

 
The CyberKey will not open the padlock at the storage space until the driver enters a code to open the lock box and touches the CyberPoint
CyberKey designates a single CyberLock to temporarily reactivate an expiredCyberKey for up to 5 minutes

CyberLock offers a variety of features for controlling access including key scheduling, key expirations, time-delay, multiple key mode, and temporary activation.

Temporary activation is an advanced CyberKey feature that allows an administrator to designate a single CyberLock or CyberPoint to temporarily reactivate an expired CyberKey for up to 5 minutes. Once the key touches the activation point it can open any lock to which it has permission.

A Midwest company wanted more accountability and control over their storage facility. They used the temporary activation feature to verify when a package was delivered by storing a CyberPoint in a combination lock box outside of the storage facility. When the delivery driver arrives with a package, they go to the front desk to pick up an expired CyberKey. The CyberKey will not open the padlock at the storage space until the driver enters a code to open the lock box and touches the CyberPoint. The driver then has 5 minutes to access the lock and deliver the packages.

“With CyberLock we have the ability to program temporary access schedules for our vendors and contractors, making our key management process more efficient."

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