EN-Feature Notes

Video integrity protection

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Prevent video evidence tampering and unauthorized exports Leaks, breaches, and tampered evidence can result in jeopardized security, sanctions, and reputational damage. That's why you need to protect the integrity and confidentiality of your data. Security Center Omnicastâ„¢ helps you ensure evidence remains available, and that it is not leaked or tampered with. Protect against tampering A digital signature helps protect video footage from alterations. Combined with audit trails and supervised exports, you can maintain a full chain of custody. It also allows you to share admissible and secure files while ensuring that recipients receive legitimate, tamper-free evidence. Prevent data leaks Visual watermarking deters users from leaking video by stamping their username and workstation information on live or recorded footage. Add password protection to confidential video exports, and you'll significantly reduce the risk of leakage. Keep your data confidential With end-to-end encryption, video remains protected and inaccessible by unauthorized users. Operations are shielded with multiple layers of authentication and authorization. Key benefits Ensure video evidence is admissible in court Deter users from leaking private information Protect your system with multiple layers of encryption, authentication and authorization Maintain a full chain of custody Video integrity protection Industry: Applies to all industries Applications: Security Center, Video Surveillance, Clearance Category: Security Video is protected against tampering with Digital Signature 1 Hash value is generated for every video frame 2 Each frame includes the current and previous hash 3 Software encrypts combines hashes with private key Only authorized people have access to video recordings Video exports are password protected Stored video is encrypted (at rest) Video streams are encrypted (in transit) # # # # # # Feature note

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