Under the traditional CCTV model, organisations should set up and maintain their own physical computer servers, or DVRs, locked away in strictly-controlled, private, server rooms to ensure security and privacy of the visual data they collect.
Visual Network Adapters (VNAs) connect CCTV cameras to the Cloudview service via a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for data transfer, establishing a secure tunnel, protected by AES encryption. Once data has reached Cloudview, it is stored using the AES standard, as used by banks, to secure customer data.
Cloudview leverages a high performance, secure, resilient, global infrastructure with industry-recognised certifications and audits, such as SOC 1 Type 2, ISO 27001, PCI DSS, FISMA Moderate, HIPAA and ITAR compliant controls. Cloudview resides on a secure, isolated subnet, its layered architecture means that only necessary user-facing components are visible to the outside world. Visual data is stored internally, away from prying eyes and keyboards.
Client data is stored over several large-scale data centres with military-grade, physical security measures in place. Cloudview employs significant protection against network security issues, such as Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, Man in the Middle (MITM) attacks and packet sniffing.