The IPV Connection- Aug/Sept/Oct 2015

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December 2015 


 

The IPV Connection

Your Monthly Update of News and Happenings 

                                        



The City of Bridgeport Opens Their New Security Command Center, Powered by IPVideo Corporation’s C3fusion 

IPVideo Corporation, manufacturer of IP-based video surveillance and command center solutions, announced today that the City of Bridgeport officially opened their new $1 million Security Command Center as part of its BSAFE initiative.  Designed using C3fusion, the command center features a stunning video wall that not only handles video security, but also helps to manage Bridgeport's many integrated technologies. “Everything from a door access system to a building management system to GPS tracking to a panic button system, can all come back to the command center and trigger an event for staff to perform a visual verification” said David Antar, President of IPVideo Corporation.


                                                                                                                                   


 




Check Out Our "Hardening Tips" to Help Secure Your Network Cameras  

The most apparent threat to a network camera is physical sabotage, vandalism and tampering. To protect the camera from these threats, it is important to select a vandal-resistant model or housing, to mount it in the recommended way, and to protect the cables. From an IT/network perspective, the camera is a network endpoint similar to business laptops, desktops, and mobile devices. Unlike a business laptop, a network camera is not exposed to the common threat of users visiting potentially harmful websites, opening malicious email attachments, or installing untrusted applications. However, the camera is a network device with an interface that may expose risk. These tips focus on reducing the exposure area of these risks.

 

  

 

Happy Holiday Wishes From All of Us at IPVideo Corporation!

When Santa say the security cameras aimed at the chimney, concerns that it would "add ten pounds" took on a new sense of urgency...

All of us at IPVideo Corp send the warmest of wishes for a happy, safe holiday and a prosperous 2016!

 


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