Evolving bank security
Technology seems to evolve at a faster pace every day. And with every new step financial institutions take – from adding more ATMs and self-service stations to enabling mobile banking – criminals try new ways to circumvent security measures.
True scalability and integration
With Axis network video solutions, you can add more functionality at your own pace — from encoders and cameras to proactive security measures and video intelligence. You can also connect Axis solutions with other IP based systems, such as fire alarms and access control systems.
Network video brings the benefit of digital imaging to security solutions. Remote access and management of the video makes it easier for you to retrieve and provide video to the police.
Video surveillance has for many years been an important part of a bank’s security infrastructure. But the growth in adoption of IP cameras over analog systems has provided many more network access points and potential system vulnerabilities, in addition to numerous benefits in quality, efficiency and system management.
It is important to recognize that being cyber secure isn’t a one-of project, but an on-going process. It includes people, processes, hardware and software – to identify any new vulnerabilities that a system might have and proactively addressing these.
Ensuring cybersecurity for your network of cameras (or other IP devices) then of course includes partnering with the right vendors that realize the importance of trustworthy cybersecurity requirements and processes.
Ensure system reliability while maintaining compliance
Axis gives you system reliability on all levels. Tampering alarms notify you in real time of any suspicious changes in the camera view. With options for video recorded to SD cards in the cameras, you get redundancy to safeguard system reliability.
Axis makes compliance easy with video encryption, multi-level password protection, authentication mechanisms, event-based recording, masking and more to protect information. You’ll easily stay in line with IT security standards and HR requirements.