CyberAudit Introduced to Manage Systems, Intuitive Interface

CyberAudit Web

CyberLock, Inc. announces the release of CyberAudit Web 9.4! CyberAudit-Web (CAW), the software suite for managing CyberLock systems, provides an intuitive interface to assign keys, set expirations, monitor staff and configure access schedules.

The latest release, CAW 9.4, introduces interface upgrades, new security enhancements, mobile geolocation capturing to enrich location graphics, and powerful capabilities for 2nd generation CyberLock cylinders. This myriad of new features will enhance the CyberLock experience for users across the globe. CAW 9.4 includes a multitude of features that were intentionally designed to support the unique needs of high-security customers.

For instance, CAW 9.4 is the first version to support the potent capabilities of CyberLock’s new 2nd generation cylinders, which include a more intelligent processor that boosts audit trail capacity from 1,100 to 6,500 events and adds AES-256 encryption. The security enhancements don’t stop with 2nd generation cylinders, CAW 9.4 adds a mantrap feature for CyberLock Flex System hardwired doors, as well as two-factor authentication and a password recovery feature for a more robust login process.

In addition to unlocking the power of 2nd generation cylinders, CAW 9.4 introduces a mobile geolocation capture feature that allows administrators in the field to quickly capture GPS coordinates and lock images that can be used to generate precise location graphics in CAW 9.4. This feature allows administrators to visually pinpoint where a particular lock is located within their facility or region and offers significant value for geographically widespread CyberLock installations.


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