Panasonic's WV-SP509 Wins "Physical Security Solution of the Year" at the Computing Security Awards
The Computing Security Awards were set up by Computing Security Magazine to recognize the very best in IT Security. This year the presentation ceremony took place on November 8th at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London. The awards were presented by Comedian and Actor, Jim Tavare and Event Manager, Dave Bonner and recognized a combination of products and services as well as impressive work which has been carried out.
Winners of the "Editors Choice" award and "Security Project of the Year" award were decided by a judge, Brian Wall, the Editor of Computing Security magazine. Finalists and ultimately winners of all of the other awards however were determined by an on-line nominating and on-line voting process. For the most part these votes were made by the readers of Computing Security magazine; individuals who buy, specify and use security solutions in their working lives.
For the first time in the history of this Award the category "Physical Security Solution of the Year" was included which recognized those devices which protect organisations from human intrusion including eye recognition machines, door entry systems and surveillance cameras. The winner of this category was the WV-SP509; the newest camera within Panasonic’s WVSP500/WV-SW500 series. It possesses a host of smart features, full ratification from ONVIF and the reduced network and storage costs provided by full-HD.
The addition of the ‘Physical Security Solution of the Year’ Award to the previous recognition of the WV-SP509 since its launch, demonstrates that this camera promises installers and end users some of the most advanced features and best return on investment available in the security technology market today.