A short video on how SecureXperts uses digital certificates to harden devices and protect data.
Taking Video Security to the next level with CHAVE™ (There is no sound)
CHAVE™ stands for Credentialed High Assurance Video Encryption. It is the next generation of IP / HD Cameras that are designed to meet stringent US Federal standards for cybersecurity and are very resistant to cyber-attacks, data breach, and viewing from unauthorized parties.
Nearly un-hackable encryption of video streams – even if adversary gets video data, without proper credentials, they cannot decrypt it.
Competitive Matrix CHAVE™ Enabled Cameras - Others
No User Name / Password Yes No
Unique Cryptographic Login Yes No
Token-Based Active Directory Authentication Yes No
FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Certified Cryptographic Module Yes No
Facilitates Use of Federally Trusted X.509 Digital Certificates Yes No
Strong Authentication Via Smart Card Yes No
Metadata for Camera Geolocations Yes No
Token-Based Secure Real-Time Streaming Protocol Yes No
Encrypted Yes No
SXI Crypto SD
Technology Infrastructures Supported
Mobile devices, workstations, servers, switch, firewalls
Federally Trusted Certificate Authorities using FIPS 201-level 3 medium hardware security tokens
Embedded Crypto API for network-connected devices (IoT) Management Systems
Secure HSM Interface for physical Devices (Secure boot, firmware signing, authentication, encryption)
Certificate Validation/Enrollment across federated systems (SCVP, OCSP)
Enterprise Interconnectivity with disparate physical security systems (Federated AD, Azure, FedRAMP)
Hashing and cyclical redundancy checks of digitally signed content