What Homeowners Need to Learn About Lock Security Joseph Kingma Medeco Security Locks.
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What Homeowners Need to Learn About Lock Security Joseph Kingma Medeco Security Locks Slide 2 Agenda Common Perceptions Common Vulnerabilities High Security Locks Available Resources Slide 3 9% of all residential break-ins occur through the garage Where Thieves Break In: (Research by: Simon Hakim, Temple University, 215-204-7476) Slide 4 12% occur through open or unlocked entrances, basements or second floor windows or doors Where Thieves Break In: (Research by: Simon Hakim, Temple University, 215-204-7476) Slide 5 23% of all residential break-ins occur through a window Where Thieves Break In: (Research by: Simon Hakim, Temple University, 215-204-7476) Slide 6 Where Thieves Break In: 58% of all residential break-ins occur through a first floor door (Research by: Simon Hakim, Temple University, 215-204-7476) Slide 7 Where Thieves Break In: 62% of Completed Residential Burglaries show no sign of forced entry Doors Unlocked Entry through open window Lock Manipulation Duplicate keys used (2005 FBI Uniform Crime Report) Slide 8 Do Alarms Help? Yes, But Would you ever buy a car that had an airbag, but no brakes? A house with a alarm but poor quality locks is identical Just as brakes stop you from hitting something and the airbag is there just in case you still do, Good locks prevent the break-in, the alarm is used just in case the burglar still gets in. Nearly half of homes with alarms burglarized didnt have alarm turned on Slide 9 Average Perception of a Lock All locks are roughly the same Some offer better strength All are generally secure when locked Expensive locks are generally better looking Assumed to be more secure Slide 10 Keys Keys Keys Hidden for convenience Given to Neighbors and Friends Temporarily given to others Mechanic Babysitter Housekeeper Valet Parking Attendant 1-in-50 chance your key works a neighbors lock Slide 11 Overview of a Typical Lock System Negative Influences on Security System Instigated Keys Distributed Level of Security Time Process Repeats CRISIS!! Keys Duplicated Help is Fired or Quits Keys Lost or Misplaced Rekey or replace system Access not limited by schedule Slide 12 What is needed? Doors are the #1 point of entry: Keys need protection from duplication. Locks provide protection from manipulation Locks must be stronger System must offer more flexibility where appropriate We want thieves to make a mess of things before they can gain entry. Slide 13 Overview of Common Lock Technology Used on 98% of all residential locks Inexpensive, often imported No extraordinary materials used Loose tolerances Few code variations (many similar keys) Keys can be duplicated by anyone without proper authorization. Assumed to be secure Slide 14 How does it work? Pin tumbler lock basics No key inserted Slide 15 How does it work? Pin tumbler lock basics Operating key inserted Slide 16 Risks Associated with Common Lock Technology Easy to manipulate lock Bump Pick Drill Pull Inferior quality- lock doesnt last Keys can be copied by anyone Blanks not protected Many keys unaccounted for Slide 17 Methods of Key Duplication Have key duplicated Obtain code from key 2 4 5 3 6 Carbon Paper Rubbing Wax Impression No Sign of Entry Slide 18 Methods of Physical Attack Drill Shear line Shim Attack Top Pin Drilling Attack Slide 19 Methods of Lock By-Pass Comb Attack Impressioning Picking No Sign of Entry Slide 20 And What About Lock Bumping? Slide 21 Slide 22 Spot the Burglary Tool Slide 23 Slide 24 How does it work? Slide 25 Using the Bump Key Pull key out one position The key is cut deep enough to allow the bottom pins to remain contained within the plug and not be forced into the shell and block the shearline. Slide 26 Using the Bump Key Slide 27 UL Listed Locks: UL 437 Locks Pick and bump resistant Drill resistant Patented Keys for protection from duplication Medeco keys work in neighbors lock? 1 in 50 million chance Better chance of being struck by lightning in your lifetime Slide 28 High Security Technology Hardened Inserts Triple Locking Mechanism 1.Chiseled Pins (rotate) 2.Sidebar 3.Slider Hardened Backplate Mushroom Drivers Slide 29 Digital e-Cylinder Technology Digital Masterkeying Time Scheduling Audit Records in Key and Cylinder Access easily changed Slide 30 Available Tools and Programs McGruff/Freedom Education Resource Kit: Literature Technology Home Business Presentations on CD Sample Lock Display Board Slide 31 Available Tools and Programs McGruff/Freedom Education Resource Kit Slide 32 Available Tools and Programs McGruff/Freedom Dealer Network Hundreds of Medeco Dealers Nationwide Can assist with training Can provide current threats from lock perspective Can often provide meeting space Slide 33 Available Tools and Programs Resource Materials Web Sites: www.ncpc.orgwww.ncpc.org www.medeco.comwww.medeco.com Literature: Either of the above sites Key control policies handbook Medeco McGruff Freedom Educational Kit call Medeco at: 1-800-839-3157 Slide 34 Summary Doors are #1 vulnerability Threats are real Locks make a difference Resources are readily available