Abloy UK, the security expert, is inviting visitors to IFSEC 2018, at ExCeL London between the 19th and 21st of June, to discuss the company’s success in protecting the resilience and continuity of service of Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) organisations. IFSEC is Europe’s leading security event and the only global stage committed to the future of integrated security.

Abloy can be found in the Borders and Infrastructure area of the exhibition on stand H328, where it will demonstrate the capabilities of its CLIQ technology. CLIQ is a web-based system that integrates a mechanical master key system with electronics that require no external power source, providing precise and cost-effective control over access permissions.

CLIQ locking systems are cloud based and can be integrated with SCADA and Telemetry processes. They also offer key management, auditing and activity reporting, enabling organisations to fully control their security. Moreover, the additional benefits include integration with Health & Safety systems, reduced journey time, improved efficiency, enhanced contract management, reduced costs and reduced carbon footprint.

“In the critical infrastructure space, the hybrid between mechanical and electronic technologies is ‘key’ to its success, maintaining the strict standards required for security whilst enhancing operational efficiencies and security for the future,” said Steve Wintle, Head of CNI at Abloy UK.

“Data is the new gold, so we are keen to talk to visitors at IFSEC 2018 to demonstrate how using CLIQ® technology can help overcome operational barriers and open up a wealth of new opportunities, such as significant financial savings, CO2 emissions reductions, sustainability benefits and time savings,” he continued.

In addition to promoting the CLIQ technology for CNI organisations, Abloy is will be providing high security doors for testing by the Building Research Establishment (BRE) Global in the attach zone area of the exhibition, demonstrating the resilience of products that are compliant with British and European standards.