Dynamic Safeguarding Assets: Access Control Solutions for the Custody of Cash and Valuable Goods

Dynamic Safeguarding Assets: Access Control Solutions for the Custody of Cash and Valuable Goods

For RBH Access, a Canadian manufacturer of access control solutions, its commitment to integration is backed by extensive experience in designing security solutions globally, particularly in the demanding cash and valuables transportation market.


At the forefront of these solutions are cutting-edge technologies such as using non-replicable credentials such as physical cards/tags based on MIFARE DESFire EV2, encrypted mobile credentials, and iris biometrics used in conjunction with readers with encrypted OSDP-S V2 communications.


These technologies are complemented by advanced features, including the assignment of multiple access levels per credential, with each assigned level having its own validity and synchronized through Microsoft Active Directory or third-party integration.


Some of the key technologies and features that RBH Access uses in this area include


  • Use of multiple access levels per credential
  • Implementation of the 2-MAN rule
  • Application of minimum and maximum personnel counts per area
  • Dynamic lockdown implementation
  • Centralized access authorization through video integration
The key to successful security in this sector is careful planning and a strategic workflow that involves all parties.

RBH Access’ advanced solutions, incorporating state-of-the-art technologies, provide precise responses to the challenges of transporting cash and valuables. From rigorous vehicle entry protocols to administrative management and access to critical areas, each component is meticulously designed to ensure security, efficiency, and auditability in the process.



About the author

Ludi Bouwer has over 30 years of experience as a professional in physical access control systems, having worked on three continents. For the past 13 years, he has focused on Latin America and the Caribbean, holding the position of Vice President at RBH Access Technologies Inc. He has been involved in the design, implementation, and management of hundreds of access control systems for SMEs and corporations.

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