With increasingly sophisticated cybersecurity attacks, organizations need a strong plan to protect their IP-hosted surveillance systems.

Even simple devices such as security cameras can leave an organization exposed to attack. In order to develop a surveillance appliance strategy with cybersecurity in mind, physical security leaders and IT leaders must work together to address top critical defense measures.

  • How well do camera passwords shield hackers?
  • Are cameras isolated with a Virtual LAN?
  • Are networks locked with MAC Binding?
  • Do cameras have multiple logins for added security?
  • Is there a system in place to monitor unusual camera activity?
  • Were cameras purchased from a cyber-aware vendor? 
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