You may be wondering – why isn't a keypad security device alone enough to protect my company's physical assets? After all, if you feel as though a passcode has been compromised, you can always come up with a newer, stronger one to replace it.

Recently, Government Technology magazine spoke to Marios Savvides, director of the CyLab Biometrics Center at Carnegie Mellon University, who explained that passwords can be simple for hackers and thieves to crack. This has led people to try and create stronger, more complicated passwords – which they then have to write down in order to remember, effectively defeating the purpose.

If you find you need to replace the passcode on your keypad with a more complicated one, you may run into the same issue.

While passwords are easy to get ahold of, fingerprints are not, which is why biometric security is a smart choice.

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