You’ve probably heard or read the news about security system hacking, malicious takeovers and system compromise. Hackers using specially designed equipment roam the neighborhoods looking for unsecured Wi-Fi routers and systems devoid of passwords, trying to jam signals so alarms go offline. We have you covered! With your installed system from PASS Security, you’ll never have to worry about someone gaining access to your password or network and compromising your security solution and peace of mind.
Simply the Best
An important consideration in avoiding surreptitious activity is having reliable, tested, best-in-class equipment, like the products we carefully select. We believe strongly that the best security comes from partnering with top technology manufacturers. At PASS Security, we only use those manufacturer’s products that have safeguards in place, such as those with deep, industry leading encryption of wireless signals. PASS Security offers both Honeywell and DSC brands, the most advanced technology and equipment available in the industry today. In addition, we help you at system set up with network passwords and other methods to fortify your network and keep your security system and alarm signals from getting in the wrong hands. With the help of our skilled technicians, we’ll make your installation easy, while showing you some simple steps to put in place—such as establishing a secure and robust router and security control panel password—so you have layers of security at your home of office. We document a responsible party list – with detailed information on those you want us to contact should something unforeseen happen if you are not available. It’s all part of the valuable service you expect and get from PASS Security, a leading systems integration company with more than 46 years in the business of professional security installation. Our UL-listed and Central Station Alarm Association Certified Five-Diamond central monitoring station is always on the lookout for possible system compromise—such as repeated attempts to re-enter passwords by unauthorized persons trying to gain entrance to the premises. Highly trained operators are focused on unusual activity that can predicate any possible system hacking.