SALTO achieve SBD Secure Connected Device accreditation


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SALTO Systems have become one of the latest companies to achieve the new Secured by Design (SBD) Secure Connected Device accreditation, with the SALTO Neo Electronic Cylinder Range and SALTO XS4 One Lock achieving the required standard for both its physical and cybersecurity attributes.

SALTO’s Neo Cylinder delivers an easy-to-use electronic locking platform that integrates all of the physical security needs through smart, wireless and battery-operated smart cylinders, giving system operators all the latest user access information for virtually all of the doors in a facility. The SALTO Neo Cylinder – along with all SALTO solutions – is routinely tested to ensure it meets the highest standards set by the security industry.

The SALTO Neo Cylinder can be installed in any door made of wood, glass, or metal and is also suitable for installation in fire doors. Designed with the latest technologies to protect against advanced attacks, SALTO Neo Cylinder technology leverages security practices, including advanced encryption to provide users a secure and seamless keyless experience.

SALTO’s XS4 One is smart, secure, innovative and easy to install. The XS4 One electronic escutcheon sets need no hard wiring and provide a totally wire-free networked electronic locking solution with a great range of features. The all-in-one smart lock is designed to blend into any type of door, any access point and door retrofit. Security, safety, flexibility and efficiency are all essential aspects of access control. With the XS4 One battery-operated electronic smart lock simplifies installation in virtually any kind of door.

Now it is possible to integrate all your physical security needs through networked, easy to install, stand-alone locks and wireless smart door locks, giving you real-time access control for virtually all the doors in your building. Powerful electronic door lock. Built from the highest grade materials and carefully manufactured body and escutcheon made of steel.

Michelle Kradolfer, SBD’s IoT Technical Officer, said: “There has been an exponential rise in IoT and smart devices being used within the average UK household, but most are not produced without giving security much thought and leaving consumers vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Therefore, companies with IoT products need to ensure they are developed as secure as possible and tested against the appropriate standards and certifications.

“I am delighted that SALTO have become one of the first companies to achieve the Secure Connected Device accreditation and clearly demonstrating that their Neo Electronic Cylinder Range and XS4 One Lock have achieved the appropriate IoT standards and certifications, building confidence and trust in their product. We hope other companies will take note of this achievement and follow in SALTO’s footsteps in developing IoT products safely for the UK market”.

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