The video surveillance report 2017

Cybersecurity, open platforms, 4K, low-light cameras, video analytics and warranties

The Video Surveillance Report 2017 builds on the success of two previous reports in 2015 and 2016 on the same subject – also sponsored, like this report, by global surveillance leader IDIS, the largest manufacturer in South Korea.

This time round there was one subject in particular that we’d have been neglectful to ignore: cybersecurity. Integration with other buildings systems, a spate of breaches – including the hijacking of network cameras during the 2017 presidential inauguration – and the spectre of more punitive fines for data breaches under the forthcoming EU data protection law (the GDPR), is sharpening minds across the supply chain as vendors, installers and security professionals scramble to strengthen their cyber defences.

Based on a poll of hundreds of security professionals, The video surveillance report 2017 also examines video analytics, ultra-low light cameras versus thermal cameras, demand for 4K, the value of warranties and more.

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