Banking and Finance

As the world of banking and finance evolves to adapt to the technological age, the need for revamped security measures to meet the threat of ever-increasing and sophisticated data breaches becomes essential.

Banks must retain their quality of being ‘unbreakable’ but must now achieve this on multiple fronts, both internally and externally.

Choosing the right security systems is, quite simply, more important than it has ever been.

What do banks/finance institutions expect/need from CCTV security?

  • Crime Investigation – Where there is a breach in physical security, recorded high resolution videos and images are critical to the identification and prosecution of suspects.
  • Fraud Prevention – CCTV delivering detailed facial recognition is vital where fraudulent activity is suspected. For example, security systems recording ATM transactions can provide powerful evidence where accounts are accessed criminally.
  • Co-ordination – CCTV cameras need to be synergised across multiple locations with images transmitted to a central monitor.
  • Integration – Systems need to integrate easily with existing central alarm systems.
  • Continuous Surveillance – 24/7 recording is crucial for high-risk locations with banks a primary example.
  • Remote Access – Operators need remote access to all recordings from any point within the CCTV infrastructure.

Why is NetVu the perfect solution for banking/finance?

NetVu supplies the finance sector with high quality digital video. Such are the improvements in the quality of digital images in recent years that our CCTV solution has become a serious deterrent to potential criminals with the prospect of positive recognition now extremely high.

NetVu also provides essential integration with existing technologies and a map-based control which is fully customisable to business needs, linking all CCTV cameras to a single controller. 

NetVu are strictly following all Government and Public Health England Guidance and advice and have implemented a series of safety precautions to ensure we keep our employees, suppliers and customers safe and protected during these unsettling times that result from COVID-19.

We monitor the guidelines daily and have implemented a series of changes which involve the majority of our staff working remotely and the only employees in the workplace are those that are there as a necessity, all operate from separate offices from each other and are practicing the strict protocols of social distancing.

Clearly there is widespread disruption to supply lines, however we will be endeavouring to fulfil as many customer orders as possible, as we are carrying adequate inventory of our mainstream products.

If you need any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team