Devices such as Cisco Meraki MV32 security cameras help organizations improve their overall corporate security by bridging physical security and cybersecurity.
That’s because computers, hard drives and other IT assets can not only be digitally breached, but they can also be physically stolen or accessed by unauthorized users. Having security cameras in place can help deter this type of crime and track down those responsible for breaches.
Cisco Meraki MV32 security cameras can be used to capture these types of scenes, and as part of the Meraki suite, they can easily be managed alongside other types of security and connectivity infrastructure. Through the Meraki dashboard, all of these devices can be set up with secure access policies, managed remotely, and programmed to receive automatic firmware updates and more.
Features and Benefits of Meraki MV32 Security Cameras
Like other Cisco Meraki MV models, the MV32 security camera goes beyond just recording video by also including a number of smart features, like the ability to analyze motion, which can make it easy to quickly identify a potential security breach.
Notably, the Meraki MV32 security camera stands out from other models with its fisheye lens, which provides up to a 360-degree field of view (180 degrees each for horizontal and vertical views). These cameras are also incredibly compact, making it easy to deploy them within indoor environments without disrupting the aesthetics of a room.
Meraki MV32 Specs
Meraki MV32 cameras also offer a number of features and benefits, such as:
- An 8.4MP sensor with a recording resolution of up to 2058 x 2058.
- Cloud streaming and recording capabilities, including being able to remotely pan, tilt and zoom for both live and recorded footage.
- 256GB of integrated solid-state storage, eliminating the complexity of needing a network video recorder (NVR) or video management system (VMS), while enabling you to still record in the event of a temporary cloud recording outage.
- Built-in security features, such as automatically purchased TLS certificates and video encryption.
Integrating Meraki MV32 Security Cameras Into Overall Security Strategies
Meraki MV32 security cameras’ fisheye lenses capture a larger scene than other Meraki models with narrower fields of view. As such, these cameras can be deployed where you need to see a whole room or a wide area at once.
For example, placing Meraki MV32 security cameras in an office with an open floor plan can make it easy to see all desks at once, or at least a significant portion of the room, rather than needing separate cameras pointed at individual desks. From there, the cameras can capture misdeeds such as the theft of computers or sensitive documents.
Creating a Thorough Security Plan With Meraki
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Download our full guide to integrated security with Meraki cameras to learn more about how you can integrate physical security and cybersecurity.