CyberLock Releases New Features to Access Control Management Software

CORVALLIS, OREGON, March 21, 2013 — CyberLock, Inc., a security systems supplier, announced the release of several software enhancements to its CyberAudit Professional management system. CyberAudit Professional 3.0 software offers streamlined reporting and notification capabilities, compatibility with CyberKey Vaults and Flex System input and output devices, and provides activation for the Flex System Door & I/O module relay device.

By using the CyberLock Flex System Door & I/O module, organizations can integrate with 3rd party Wiegand compatible access control devices, making the technology more suitable for organizations looking for a cost-effective way to expand their access control systems. Functions of the Door & I/O module include:

  • Locking and unlocking doors 
  • Arming and disarming alarms 
  • Activating other relay based devices

"A CyberLock System is built to the customer's specifications based on need. Many of the components are rated for outdoor use and can be mixed and matched to meet the unique requirements of a diverse market place," stated James McGowan, VP of Sales & Marketing. "With CyberLock and the Flex System, all access control requirements can be met and managed using one comprehensive and unified software platform."

The CyberAudit Professional management software is part of a smart key solution comprised of electronic locks and programmable keys. The software allows users to assign key access schedules, set expirations, add new CyberLock electronic lock cylinders to the system, monitor employee and contractor access activities, and generate audit trails and custom reports.

About CyberLock, Inc.
CyberLock, Inc. is a high technology supplier of CyberLock access control products that are made in the U.S.A. and shipped worldwide directly from their headquarters in Corvallis, Oregon. For more information, please contact CyberLock, Inc. by phone at (541) 738-5500, by fax at (541) 738-5501, by email at, or visit the web site at

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