Secure Asia

saSecurity is the major concern in today’s world looking at the happenings in society & all around the globe with effect too attacks on civilians, Burglaries, Accidents & Terror Attacks. This is the main instinct as to why CCTV Surveillance is become a mandatory factor in today’s globetrotting world. Surveillance means the monitoring of the behavior, activities, or other changing information, usually of people for the purpose of influencing, managing, directing, or protecting them This can include observation from a distance by means of electronic equipment (such as CCTV cameras), or interception of electronically transmitted information.


In Many Countries there are muti number of CCTV Surveillance system installed but there is yet the lacking of Clearity & Data storage with many security Departments. The outcome of this lacking mgives rise to crimes & damages the peace & Order of a Nation.

Its high time that these issues of lacking CCTV Surveillance is taken on a priority & the Installation Procedure gets carried out  with ease so this world can be a better place to live & eradicate criminal offence & henceforth common people can lead a happy live without security worries.

As the world becomes more interconnected and security systems have to operate in an IP environment. We consider whether the new expanding footprint of open platforms, in the quest for interoperability and the work of high profile bodies, Most security attacks occur from the inside, many hardware and software tools are available to help keep data secure, but the two factors are critical: developing a sound security policy, and ensuring that the network can effectively implement and enforce those polices.

It is very important to plan for security. No plan of action can be put into place before a risk assessment has been performed. It provides a baseline for implementing security plans to protect assets against various threats. You cannot protect your assets if you do not know what to protect against. Data need protection against risks, in simple terms, a risk is realized when a threat takes advantage of a vulnerability to cause harm to your system. After you know your risks, you can then create policies and plans to reduce those risks.

Biometric surveillance is any technology that measures and analyzes human physical and/or behavioral characteristics for authentication, identification, or screening purposes. Examples of physical characteristics include fingerprints, DNA, and facial patterns. Facial recognition is the use of the unique configuration of a person's facial features to accurately identify them, usually from surveillance video. Another form of behavioral biometrics, based on affective computing, involves computers recognizing a person's emotional state based on an analysis of their facial expressions, how fast they are talking, the tone and pitch of their voice, their posture, and other behavioral traits.

Many countries, including the United States, are planning to share biometric data with other nations.Countries using biometrics include Australia, Brazil, Canada, Gambia, Germany, India, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and United States.Among low-middle income countries, roughly 1.2 billion people have already received identification through a biometric identification program. India's national ID program called Aadhaar is the largest biometric database of the world. It is a biometrics-based digital identity assigned for lifetime, verifiable online instantly in public domain, at anytime, from anywhere, in a paperless way. It is designed to enable government agencies to deliver retail public service securely based on biometric data (fingerprintiris scan and face photo), along with demographic data (name, age, gender, address, parent/spouse name, mobile phone number) of a person. The data is transmitted in encrypted form over internet for authentication, aiming to free it from limitations of physical presence of a person at a given place.