What We Do
The prevailing methodology used to design security systems in the past was to build new facilities based on functional requirements, then consider security afterwards. Unfortunately, recent history has dictated that security should be moved to the forefront of any architectural design process. Today, security cannot be separated from the design process if customers want to minimize potentially trade-offs among functionality, cost, schedule, and security. The original "build then evaluate" methodology has lead to the perception that a secure solution is not a functional solution. Many believe that security and functionality inevitably result in an "either-or" situation. Advanced Electronic Security has demonstrated that security does not have to compromise functionality.The premise for producing secure and functional solutions, whether for commercial or industrial applications, is simple in concept: identify risks, determine the customers requirements up front and integrate security into the solution concurrently throughout the design and build processes.