Beaming launches ProtectNet to the security sector
Protecting data that is transferred over the internet for applications such as access control and remote surveillance has now become much easier thanks to a brand new product that guarantees a secure, fast and reliable method of transmission to one or many remote locations.
ProtectNet is the new solution launched by communication technology experts and broadband specialists at Beaming. It has been designed to tackle some of the many issues encountered by the security sector when it comes to accessing information over a network.
Not only do connections between CCTV cameras and Alarm Receiving Centres (ARCs) need to be reliable and secure at all times, often third parties who are based off site – such as alarm installers and equipment manufacturers – may need to access the network remotely.
Opening up the network historically could have meant exposure to external threats. This called for a solution to provide security companies with the peace of mind that their network was safe and it was only being accessed by authorised personnel.
“ProtectNet is set up so that only authorised staff can remotely access the network without jeopardising any security or exposing any data to anyone outside of the organisation.”
Sonia Blizzard, Managing Director at Beaming, explains: “For many of our customers in the security sector, issues were presenting themselves due to the need for secure remote access to CCTV and other monitoring devices. We as experts in IP connectivity have developed our product in partnership with our clients to ensure that they can do so safely.
ProtectNet is set up so that only authorised staff can remotely access the network without jeopardising any security or exposing any data to anyone outside of the organisation. This solution has been hatched from many years’ experience of working with the security sector to enhance the safety of the products which they offer to their own clients.”
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