Banks have been evolving for a number of years, to adapt to the new habits of their customers.
With the digital transformation, customers are checking their accounts online or from their smartphones.
Our relationship with banks is changing, and bank branches are changing in ways that respond appropriately to customer requirements.
Despite this move towards digital, physical bank branches need to strengthen their security to cope with the increase in vandalism in recent years.
Access to the bank, but also to sensitive areas in the bank branch, are priorities in terms of security.
Our range of products allows you to find the ideal solution, balancing security and ease of access for customers.
To help banks optimize their security measures in the face of various threats (vandalism, theft, terrorism, etc.), Dény Security has teamed up with the expertise of a number of manufacturers of armored doors to offer a new, CR5-certified security solution.
This certification, in accordance with the EN 1627-1630 standards, confirms that LSS lock, with its 2 to 9 closure points, combined with a door assembly offers resistance against attempted break-ins of a minimum of 15 minutes.
Security is essential for our customers in a sector as sensitive as banking, whether that is in banking self-service areas where check deposit and ATM machines are located, or in offices.
These areas, which are dedicated to customers and to the receipt of confidential data, should be protected without obstructing customer movements or the work of the bank staff.
A customized master key system solution can enable you to manage fully secure access points, whilst enabling employees to move around freely.
Rounding off our offering for protecting banks, and also secure technical enclosures, where the level of requirements in terms of security and inviolability is at a maximum level, we have combined our expertise in mechanical and electronic locks with a number of partners who manufacture armored doors.
Thanks to these collaborations between actors who are well-known in the security market, door assemblies (locks/doors) are certified based on several levels of resistance to attempted break-in, thereby responding to the threat from experienced and professional organized criminals.
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