Tailgating is one of the most common security breaches, leaving buildings vulnerable to theft or violence, yet often goes undeterred. Security tailgating occurs when an individual slips behind an employee entering a building. Tailgating, also known as “piggybacking,” is one of the most common security issues for businesses and often goes undetected.
Traditionally, businesses searching for anti-tailgating access control solutions consider pedestrian entrance control, such as security turnstiles to deter the act from occurring, but this option can be costly and takes up a lot of square footage. Join us as we sit down with our tailgating partner, Density, to discuss how access control and people counting technologies allow businesses to instantly and accurately detect unauthorized building entries.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how combining artificial intelligence and mobile access control systems create a powerful anti-tailgating solution.
Join Donny Schaffer, Openpath’s Director of Solutions Engineering and the team at Density for a 30-minute discussion on anti-tailgating best practices live on Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 1 p.m EST./10 a.m. PST. Register for the webinar here.