What is Intrusion Detection and Line Crossing?
Intrusion Detection can be defined as "a device or software application that monitors network or system activities for malicious activities or policy violations and produces reports to a management station." At that point, you can determine if there is activity that needs to be stopped immediately.
When you include intrusion detection you will evolve your surveillance into top-notch security. Intrusion detection is automatic alerts that lead a person to watch a running video surveillance monitor and determine if the activity warrants a response. Without such specialized alerts, you and your clients would not be aware of the crime taking place.
Intrusion or Burglar alarms are systems designed to detect unauthorized entry into a building or area. It consists of an array of sensors, a control panel, an alerting system, and interconnections. Sensors detect intruders by many methods such as monitoring door and window contacts, by passive infrared motion detectors, ultrasound, vibration, electric or magnetic fields, or microwaves. Sensors may be directly wired to a control panel that provides sensor power or may communicate wirelessly.
Tomorrow you realize you are missing hundreds of dollars in merchandise or equipment. Your security system says no unauthorized person entered the premises. Is the investigation over?
Not if you had intrusion detection with CCTV. You could see who was using the approved credentials. Did an employee give their proximity card to someone else? Was their proximity card stolen?
Intrusion detection with CCTV answers these questions quickly helping you get back your inventory and get on with running your business.
As a business owner or property manager, you have to worry about both external and internal theft. To help you, Cloud Security Technology can design an intrusion detection system integrated with your CCTV system so you can monitor activity inside and outside your office.
Uses of Intrusion Detection & Line- Crossing Cameras
- Intrusion Detection is very useful for flagging people who spend time in areas of concern: Intrusion Detection is often used to alert property owners of people spending time in areas they shouldn't. For example, anyone other than the homeowner or repairman spending extended time near an outdoor air conditioner or parked car is cause for an alert. They may be trying to disassemble the item and sell the parts.
- Intrusion Detection is very useful for alerting the property owner if someone is in a restricted access area: For homeowners, intrusion detection is often used with backyard cameras, for such things as watching a prized new barbecue or alerting the homeowner to unwanted guests using a covered pool or hot tub in the middle of the night.
For businesses, Intrusion Detection is also frequently used to alert management if anyone enters a restricted area (such as a stock room, medical supply room, or server room) at a time when the shouldn’t, by combining Intrusion Detection and Alert Scheduling. This feature is also used to monitor “No Parking” zones outside of a business. Some businesses have electrical boxes in general access areas that people shouldn’t be approaching regularly.
Where do we advice Line Crossing and Intrusion Detection System installation?
Any and Every Residential area.
Priority location within homes i.e. room areas, store areas etc.
Car Parks, etc.