A report from Securitas Direct discovers that the armored door is the security measure most used by Spaniards in their homes

A report from Securitas Direct discovers that the armored door is the security measure most used by Spaniards in their homes
A report from Securitas Direct discovers that the armored door is the security measure most used by Spaniards in their homes

A report of Securitas Direct, which has an alarm with smart lock, discovers that the armored door is the security measure most used by Spaniards in their homes.

67% of people say they make sure to lock the door to their home before going to sleep. This is clear from the second edition of the Securitas Direct Observatory in its report ‘Security in Spanish homes’, which analyzes concerns regarding security in first and second homes.

The same study also reveals that more than 44% of Spaniards are worried about not having closed the door when they left home. More than half of Spaniards (51%) say they have an armored door.

Given these data, Securitas Direct noted that its “pioneering smart lock alarm” guarantees “door security by automatically closing the lock when the owner leaves the house, thus leaving their home protected and their door safe.”

“This way – he adds – it is possible to provide access to third parties, such as visitors or domestic staff, without having to give them a copy of the keys, making customers’ daily lives safer. “A technology that listens to and responds to the concerns of 18% of Spaniards, who stated in the study that they would like to have the possibility of giving third parties access to their home, without having to give a copy of the keys.”

“Impassable door”

The recent study of Securitas Direct points out that 80% of intrusions are carried out through the main door of the home.

A fact that coincides with the figures of the Union of Security Locksmiths (UCES), which warns that around 80% of Spanish cylinders are obsolete and are easy to open because they do not support current sabotage techniques.

In his report, Securitas Direct highlights that, for flats and apartments, “bumping” techniques (a special key that fits into the vast majority of locks and, when hit, makes all the pistons jump at the same time), “picking” (for the most vulnerable locks and when the key has not been locked) or what is known as “slip” (when the key has not been locked, with a credit card or x-ray between the door and the frame), are the most used by intruders to force entry. lock and access the home.

“Techniques that combat the new smart lockby providing an extra layer of security with its maximum security anti-theft cylinder (verified with SKG*** certification, the highest level)”, he maintains.

Tampering alert

He explains that “this new alarm not only makes the door more secure, by incorporating a sabotage-proof cylinder, but also has immediate alert for tampering. This allows the Alarm Receiving Center of Securitas Direct can respond in seconds to check what is happening and immediately notify the Police in case of intrusion.”

 
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