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The trade-only security distributor, Videcon Ltd, reports that it ensures that user data on all Concept Pro IP and AHD recorders is protected by secure P2P servers as a part of its ‘Sequrinet’ security programme.
Secure P2P on Concept Pro recorders takes advantage of a European-based server provider who adhere to the latest security compliance regulations and are used many of the most security-sensitive organisations, the West Yorkshire-based firm says. Brought in across the Concept Pro recording range in April 2016, secure P2P connectivity addresses concerns from installers that third parties could gain access to unsecured CCTV systems on a network and view confidential video footage.
P2P is a way to configure remote viewing of CCTV systems on smartphones and tablets. Using the Concept Pro Viewer app, available for iOS and Android devices, installers scan a QR code built into each VHDIPV2 or VXHAHD recorder and connect through the P2P server.
Ian Farr, Technical Director of Videcon Ltd, said: “The industry has known for some time about the vulnerability of customers data when using P2P networks and it seemed only natural for my team to find a solution that ensured confidentiality. This is just the first component of our Sequrinet programme which will deliver a complete security solution for all of our users.”
Videcon Ltd is an ISO 9001 accredited distributor of CCTV security equipment formed in 1995, selling exclusively to trade customers. Videcon Ltd is the home of the Concept Pro brand which includes cameras, monitors and DVRs for analogue, AHD and IP CCTV platforms; visit www.videcon.co.uk.