Compliance and CCTV Cameras

Video surveillance is a crucial asset in intelligence collection, crime prevention, crisis management, forensic applications, etc. The minimum requirement in societal security is for the authorities to be able to rapidly use the data collected by different CCTV systems from
given locations.

With recently reported Hacks such as the VERAKADA hack reported in March 2021, and many other hacks, including the Mirai botnet attack which used more than 100,000 cameras, it is important that CCTV cameras follow globally defined compliance and standards such as ISO 27001, etc.

ISO has come up with ISO22311 standards that are focused on CCTV and video surveillance setups.
https://www.iso.org/standard/53467.html

It is crucial for societal security that present and future video surveillance systems
implement this interface to allow efficient forensic processing of the material produced,
often in massive quantities and also contains provisions to ensure that privacy measures can be implemented to
protect the rights of the individuals.

Since video surveillance recording often includes taking records of citizens, requirements relating to privacy, use of the records, and their disposal are also considered.

ISO 22311 Compliance for CCTV Network and IP Cameras.
Based on the above-mentioned technical standards, the following format components are covered:

  1. Video
  2. Audio
  3. Metadata
    • Descriptive (location, camera identifier, etc.)
    • Dynamic (date, time, pan, tilt, zoom, identification results, etc.
    • Encapsulation/packaging for the output file.
  4. Data/access security and integrity.
  5. Provisions for privacy.
  6. Informative data regarding the presentation to users

How can Redinent Help

Redinent CCTV threat detection Platform, from Redienent.com, allows the organizations to meet the Data/Access security and integrity criteria by scanning the CCTV IP cameras and finding out all the vulnerabilities and security risks associated with the cameras.

Organizations can acquire a Redinent License for one time scan or annual license with unlimited scan capability for a year and can be completely sure about the safety, security, and compliance of their CCTV camera network.


What all protection Redinent provides for the CCTV network? Using Redinent, organizations can
➢ Protect their CCTV network from getting hacked due to weak password
➢ Protect any snooping threat against CCTV
➢ Protection against DDoS attacks that may happen in CCTV network
➢ Protection against any sensitive event video leak against CCTV network
➢ Protection against any MITM attack leading to the data leak, through CCTV network

➢ Discover any defective CCTV that has bad image quality or has image obstruction
➢ Protection against any cyberespionage threat that is targeted towards the image capture of premises. This is especially true for critical infrastructure, Military-Industrial complexes, etc.
➢ Ensure that all the CCTV cameras are always functional from evidence gathering perspective

What are the key benefits that an organization gain when they use
Redinent?

➢ Protects Organization’s reputation
➢ Significant cost savings associated with data breach penalties
➢ Boost operational efficiency of your CCTV network through a continuous stream
➢ quality and camera uptime monitoring
➢ Prevent unlawful activities on your CCTV network
➢ Ensure uninterrupted safety and privacy of corporate premise
➢ Secured CCTV network from outside attacks like DDoS and Malware Injections
etc.
➢ Compliance with International Standards like ISO 27001 etc.
➢ Save 80-90% efforts in any security audit that is done on CCTV network
Government


CCTV cameras and CCTV networks form the Digital Nervous System of Homeland Security and Law enforcement all over the world. CCTV cameras are essential for governance and are used for monitoring, situational awareness, planning and it is important that this network is all time up and running. However, like any other digital network system, a CCTV network also needs to be protected against cyber-attacks, hacking, snooping, etc.