Whitepaper: The Role of Lock Systems in Protecting Our Nations Critical Infrastructure
Security: Never Optional. Now Imperative.
With the rise in targeted cyber-attacks across global critical infrastructure sites demanding our ever-increasing attention, we must also remember the real threat of attacks on our nation’s infrastructure and assets through physical security measures. In many cases, these security risks present multi-dimensional challenges which are often associated with hostile or remote sites posing unique vulnerabilities.
Mechanical locking systems have traditionally been the implementation of choice for many sites for numerous reasons including patent protection and the fact that traditional cabled access control is not always feasible or practical. However, for over 20 years, EKA CyberLock has been successfully implementing a hybrid system to secure major critical infrastructure, utilities, and iconic sites; an electro-mechanical master key system that brings the auditability, compliance, and integration of an access control system with the flexibility and the cost-effective implementation of a mechanical key system.
DAVCOR, EKA and CyberLock
Established in 1985, the Davcor Group is one of the largest diversified hardware and security manufacturers and distributors in the southern hemisphere. Davcor Group specialises in research and development, wholesale distribution of locks, associated hardware and access control systems. The Davcor Group consists of seven divisions that distributes to different market segments including Lock and Key Co, HFH, Freshware, Lencare, SmartLock Digital, EVVA, and EKA CyberLock.
Employing a dedicated team of over sixty people across Australia and New Zealand, the Davcor Group prides itself on great company culture, proven and reliable brands and technology, and a superior state of the art fully automatic robotic systems for picking and packing to support our channel partners.