Electronic locks are on the rise and gain more and more popularity. We are proud to offer certain training-modules on the subject of opening smart locks and other electronic locks.
There’s quite some diversity in the world of electronic locks. For instance, there’s many different ways electronic locks operate from a user standpoint. A popular example is the app-operated lock that uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) as a transport layer. RFID, NFC, Zigbee, Z-Wave or WiFi are other buzzwords found in the electronic lock industry. The list goes on: code-entry through a keypad, biometrics, remote control and more.
Electronic locks haven’t been on the market too long. With the introduction of a new product, there’s always some room for error. This sometimes makes it possible to open locks with minimal investment. As products evolve, it gradually becomes more difficult to discover flaws. Our employees are experts in reverse engineering and capable of finding numerous weaknesses.
Most digital locks utilize a logfile. This file keeps track of the last users who activated the lock and when, often a hundred or more uses back. This data can be quite valuable, which is why the logfile plays a role in several of our ltraining-modules (both in opening as in forensic investigation).
Most of our training-modules on this topic are only accessible after accreditation. Mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 2602442 for more information.