Technology Companies

Operating Environment

For Technology businesses, maintaining a secure environment is important, but controls and operations should be as transparent and frictionless as possible. Technology companies often have multiple and/or disparate physical security systems and processes that may be attributed to expansions or acquisitions. Technology companies can be either Landlords or Tenants – depending on their scale and operations. They may also employ third party contractors to augment workforce or have vendor scenarios in their respective facilities.

Many Technology Companies also have Data Center security requirements and have on and offshore operations – though Cloud computing is driving the need the need to maintain physical servers down.

There is often a tight relationship between physical and logical security in Technology firms. The protection of intellectual property, information, and prototypes are at the forefront of consideration. Common identity, access management and security operation requirements in Tech Companies are:

Industry Use Cases

  • Identify and manage the physical spaces, space attributes, occupancy levels, etc.
  • Identity management for Employees and long-term contractors, to include:
    • Onboarding
    • Offboarding and Urgent Terminations
  • Ability to manage contractor and/or vendor companies and their respective staff
  • Provide badging / credential management across possibly different physical access control systems
  • Control access to each area
  • Permit for requesting access above what is provisioned by virtue of work location
  • Provide a robust visitor management process, particularly for high-throughput locations
  • Support for Access Audits for Personnel (i.e., non-employees) and for Restricted Area Access
  • Support sound industrial security practices – such as management of a watchlist, support for Trade Compliance Requirements and/or Export Controls
  • Provide personnel and physical security controls for loading and distribution docs
  • In some cases, manage parking permits and/or visitor parking
  • Manage alarms coming from a variety of sources (such as video, intrusion detection sensors, access control alarms) and to acknowledge, assess, and resolve these alarms pursuant to airport policy
  • Ability to correlate and quickly identify potentially malevolent behavior
  • Maintain high customer satisfaction rate and make security as efficient, transparent, and timely as possible


enTrilogy provides Solutions to solve these Technology-specific requirements, pain points, and risks.