Mar. 10, 2017
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Endpoint and Cyber Security: End-to-End Protected IP Surveillance

No Chance for Spoofy and Snoopy

  • Videos can fool us easily. In this case the reflection on the windows reveal the original footage.Videos can fool us easily. In this case the reflection on the windows reveal the original footage.
  • Videos can fool us easily. In this case the reflection on the windows reveal the original footage.
  • Preventing and securing: Panasonic aims to protect original data
  • Having a powerful security for the system is most significant. Panasonic counters with data encryption, communication encryption as well as verification through key.

Panasonic specialized on secure technologies featured on their products. Data encryption, communication encryption and verification through a key prevent leakage of video data and secure their authenticity.

Cyber-attacks are becoming increasingly common in the security camera industry. The number of hacks is rising, and not only for US government infrastructure servers: Hackers set up a live streaming website for over 100 NYC private webcams. There was a cyber-attack on the Korean government server via a convenience store camera in Japan. This is not only threatening for end-users, but also for companies and the government.

Security camera systems themselves require security. To achieve that for endpoint devices should be the main goal so they obtain reliable both in data and when communicating between devices. So Panasonic has announced their mission: Securing and protecting evidence and original data of surveillance images. To have powerful security for security camera systems is most significant.

Make Your Security Camera Systems Really Secure
With security attacks on the network infrastructure increasing, Panasonic has developed a series of secure technologies for the protection of data in its video surveillance solutions. The Secure Communication feature, now available on all new Panasonic 5, 6 and True 4K Series cameras, protects against spoofing (false data), video tampering and altering (changing images) and snooping (stealing passwords) by protecting IP surveillance communications. Panasonic’s Secure Communication is a PC-level security for IP cameras and that features several data protection elements including data encryption, IP communication encryption and verification ensuring the integrity of video evidence and overall data integrity of Panasonic IP video streams.

Strong Partnership
In partnership with the leading threat protection provider, Panasonic provides a series of secure platforms for its video surveillance solutions that serve a variety of purposes. Panasonic is com-bining the third party’s highly reliable certificates and technology for detecting and analyzing cyber-attacks with its own in-house embedded cryptography technology, to provide a highly secure and robust protection layer for its embedded surveillance products, providing three in-formation protecting blocks: data encryption, communication encryption and verification plus key, which makes your surveillance information also robust evidence in front of court.

Video leakage is prevented as the video material encrypted within the camera is transferred to the recorder using a fully protected end-to-end system offered by Panasonic.

Data authentici-ty is secured by using certification and hash value, which can detect video alteration and con-firm which camera has created the respective video.

Secure communication enables you to achieve safety for your devices and eliminate vulnerabil-ity with the latest CVE support. You can be assured to obtain reliable communication between devices through authentication and be safe through data and communication encryption. Moreover, you can secure the evidence of surveillance images through alteration detection, verification and key protection.

Contact

Panasonic System Communications Europe PSCEU

Bracknell
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 207 0226 530

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