A Remote Relay Surveillance System solves an extremely important issue regarding connectivity on highly secured networks…the brick wall, known as the ultra secure firewall.
It is no secret that cctv surveillance is a powerful deterrent to a myriad of criminal activities. Car dealerships, banks, stores, construction companies, numerous industries and a host of other small businesses use remote surveillance to protect their assets. And the most effective form of cctv surveillance is live remote monitoring. But a problem can arise with connectivity and the level of effectiveness when a business utilizes such highly secure protocols. This is where the remote relay combination comes in handy.
Without the remote relay, the firewall of a high security grid disables many of the necessary features of live, remote monitoring, such as alerting, video archiving, and the use of remote viewing on personal computers and mobile devices. This makes monitoring customers with high security very challenging.
National Video Monitoring Corporation has solved this connectivity access problem through the use of a remote relay surveillance combination which maintains the integrity of the high security grid. By installing a CVR (Camera Video Relay), and relaying all video feed to the IVR housed at NVMC’s headquarters, the security block can be overcome without compromising the customer’s system.
The IVR handles all serving, alerting, and video storage. The web server is based off site. The connection between the remote relay and the IVR is made via a closed, encrypted software VPN (virtual Private Network) structure. These IVRs are protected by redundant power and internet systems.
This VPN is a Peer system and is extremely secure. This means that if you do not have the proprietary software, the unique network name, and the password you cannot even connect to the system. Each client is assigned their own user name and password. Without knowing the exact network name, there is no way to even know that the network exists.
By using this unique remote relay surveillance system, there is no impact on the security of the client’s network while still benefiting fully from the services that the IVR provides for asset protection.
For more information on how this relay system can solve connectivity and enhance your surveillance contact Brian Leckie – Information Technology Director – 1-866-919-9584 Ext. 227
By Maggi Pier
Filed Under: Remote Relay Surveillance System