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SECURITY OF CAMERA.

 

* Difference between IP camera vs Analog camera.

Analog camera system is as simple as a receiver that records signals and outputs to the screen, similar to a TV with video recording function (removable screen type). The signal is completely unencrypted before sending.

As for IP cameras, the signal is transmitted in digital form and encrypted according to the TCP/UDP protocol. Each IP camera is secured with a separate user and password.

Obviously, besides the difference in features, IP camera systems also possess superior security capabilities compared to Analog camera systems.

* Advantages of Panasonic cameras.

For customers who are large organizations and companies, such as banks, governments, multinational corporations, .. security is the core issue. Most of these organizations require the use of cryptographic products (also known as cryptographic modules) that have been evaluated and approved (certified satisfactory by the authority).

Currently, two lines of standards that can be used to evaluate cryptographic modules are the set of security requirements for cryptographic modules (two versions are FIPS 140-1/FIPS 140-2). issued by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), (FIPS 140-2 issued on May 25, 2001) and a set of Common Criteria for evaluation.

The FIPS 140-2 standard provides 4 security levels that increase from 1 to 4. These security levels cover all applications and environments in which cryptographic modules are deployed.

Some camera products of Panasonic’s I-Pro series have met FIPS 140-2 level 01 standards, supporting the ability to control physical security, network security and administrative procedures.

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