Perfect for retail, F&B and chain stores
The IDIS compact solution is a quality compact solution packed with essential and easy to use features. It is durable hence making it particularly suitable for busy environments where reliable capture of high definition video images is important. It also enables users to mix and match in between analogue and IP technologies which makes the whole upgrade and systems extensions more economical.
Visitor Registration - Are you compliant with the new PDPA requirement coming Sept 2019
Beginning 1st September 2019, Organizations are expected to stop collecting, using or disclosing customers' NRIC and other national identification numbers where it is not required under the law or necessary to establish or verify an individual's identity to a high degree of fidelity. In today's digital economy, indiscriminate collection or negligent handling of NRIC numbers / any other identification cards can increase the risk of unintended disclosure and may result in NRIC / ID numbers being misused for illegal activities such as identity theft or fraud.
Having a secure Visitor Management System is crucial to manage Visitors, Guests, Daily workers, courier etc. and keep records of their entry and exit. Such records will be very useful in case of some eventuality and if an identity of a visitor is needed later.
Contact us today for a full list of available functions for our Visitor management System.
According to the technology research firm Gartner, more than 25% of cyber-attacks will involve IoT by 2020. Surveillance systems are meant to give us a peace of mind but unfortunately without adequate security, these security tools provide entry to personal, corporate or governmental networks which cause confidential data to be stolen or malware planted in it.
While you are aware of the harm of cyber security, but how many of you are aware that these devices that are supposed to keep you safe are also prone to cyber-attacks? Are your Surveillance System safe?
For example, the Mirai malware attack in 2016 turned millions of IP Camera into bots. These cameras are used to attack some high-profile websites which made it the largest distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. Another great example is the incident just prior to President Donald Trump inauguration in 2017. The ransomware attack affected almost 70% of the police department’s video cameras in Washington DC. The attackers encrypted the data of most of the NVRs and requested for a ransom. The problem was resolved by taking all devices offline, removing all software and restarting every single system.
By Michelle Choo