SCEC Endorsed Products ASSA ABLOY has a wide range of SCEC endorsed products available under the ABLOY and Lockwood brands. These are categorised by the SEEPL security threat level described below. The Security Construction and Equipment Committee (SCEC) is a standing interdepartmental committee responsible for the evaluation and endorsement of security equipment for use by Australian Commonwealth departments and agencies. ASIO's T4 Protective Security directorate, on behalf of SCEC, evaluates protective security products to determine their suitability for use in Australian Government facilities. Approved products are listed in the Security Equipment Evaluated Products List (SEEPL). SEEPL categorises products into four levels that indicate the relative ‘security strength’ of the item for use in Government applications. SL4 products offer a high level of security while SL1 products offer the lowest acceptable level of security for Government use. SL4 High Threat The following products are SCEC Endorsed for SL4 High Threat level areas. The highest level available. SL3 Medium Threat The following products are SCEC Endorsed for SL3 Medium Threat level areas. SL2 Low to Medium Threat The following products are SCEC Endorsed for SL2 Low to Medium Threat level areas. SL1 Low Threat The following products are SCEC Endorsed for SL1 Low Threat areas. The lowest acceptable level available. Legacy Key Systems The following Key Systems are products previously endorsed and now have less than 8 years legal protection. Legacy Key Systems are considered to be SCEC approved until their legal protection mechanisms expire.