A common access control problem is doors propped open, rendering the security advantages of the door useless and increasing the likelihood of unauthorized entry.
Door propping undermines significant investments in electronic access control. The problem is especially frustrating to building security because it is so common and easy to do. In this report, IPVM examines:
Convenience vs Security
Common reasons for door propping
Eliminating the means for door propping
Adding signage and education
Installing specialty equipment
Using door closers
Finally, this report concludes with a 6 question quiz to test your knowledge.