- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
The Association of University Chief Security Officers (AUCSO) conference runs from Tuesday to Thursday, April 2 to 4, at Aston University in central Birmingham, covering universities, colleges and institutions of higher and further education, in the UK and overseas.
Traka, part of the physical security product manufacturer Assa Abloy, says its key management products present ways to control keys and manage campus facilities, including full and compliant audit trail of keys and users; to allow only authorised users to access buildings, facilities, secure areas and equipment.
Wayne Kynaston, Traka UK Sales Manager said: “Good security on campus not only helps to prevent crime but also contributes to a positive image for any higher educational facility. It is the responsibility of all to create a safe and welcoming environment for students, staff, and visitors. Traka has proven experience in delivering tailored key and asset management systems with full audit trail capability, that can instantly integrate into day to day life of security teams. AUCSO’s annual conference is the perfect opportunity to demonstrate our true capability directly to key buyers and influencers and discuss individual requirements to ensure compliance with current regulations.”
Also on offer; modular lockers that can manage specialist equipment such as body-worn cameras, as being adopted by staff across the education sector.
Wayne added: “The use of body-worn camera technology within the education sector is fast becoming a common solution to both act as a deterrent and improve accountability and transparency. To serve to their optimum capability, they must be ready for use by authorised personnel. Here, Traka is looking forward to AUCSO to show how our solutions can make an instant difference to their storage and availability, for ultimate peace of mind to staff and students.”