Anti Pass Back Entry

After signing in at reception and being issued with a proximity access card all entrants to the data centre are require to pass through the anti-pass back entry system. After passing through the turn style the next door requires both the card to be swiped and the card holders identification pin to be entered. This ensures that only the pass holder can access the data centre and that they cannot be tailgated into the facility.

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