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PosOnderwerp: Help, daar is nie pille nie.....   Tue Jul 13, 2010 7:13 pm

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Next » 1 2 By Louise Flanagan

Want to know how the 200 cameras watching over Gauteng's bank ATMs work? Just read it online on a government website.

About a year ago Gauteng set up a system of closed-circuit TV (CCTV) cameras to monitor ATMs to combat the bombings of the machines. There are now 195 cameras watching over 40 spots around Gauteng.

But the provincial government is giving the details away to anyone who browses online, by listing where all those cameras are stationed and the specifications of how the monitoring system works.

This could give criminals valuable information on how the system works, which spots are most vulnerable and how to bypass the system to avoid being caught.
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Hours after The Star asked Gauteng officials why the details were freely available, government officials ordered the document removed from the website.

The system was started in November 2008. Planning involved the department, the SAPS, the SA Banking Risk Information Centre (Sabric) and the Banking Council - and the banks paid for part of the system.

Now it needs maintenance and the Department of Community Safety is looking for a contractor. As part of the tender, Gauteng officials loaded the details of the CCTV system on to the provincial government's Gauteng Online website.

"The cameras have been in place for about a year and the banks have repeatedly requested the department to finalise a maintenance agreement," state the documents.

The department is looking for someone to maintain the system and do a "comprehensive audit" of all Gauteng's CCTV systems so that they can be integrated into the Intelligent Transport System (ITS), for "better crime prevention".

The documents list cameras stationed at Nedbank, Absa, FNB and Standard Bank ATMs from Soweto through southern Joburg to Boksburg in the east and north to Pretoria. There's a hint that some of the cameras may not be working as well as they should be. The cameras have required maintenance and to date the service provider has done the requisite repairs.

The bid documents describe cameras with infrared capabilities that can stream footage night and day, are housed in vandal-proof and bomb-proof fittings, have feeds that are triggered by motion or may be manually detected by watching operators, and can be used to manually track what's happening.

The documents even describe the speed of the video streaming, how they are backed up for power outages, how they deal with network failures, what weather the cameras can cope with and how long the feed is stored.

Criminals who read online can find out just who will be watching any attacks at an ATM.

"Video feeds are made available to the SAPS, Metro Police and other relevant government agencies," state the documents.
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Next » 1 2 By Louise Flanagan

Want to know how the 200 cameras watching over Gauteng's bank ATMs work? Just read it online on a government website.

About a year ago Gauteng set up a system of closed-circuit TV (CCTV) cameras to monitor ATMs to combat the bombings of the machines. There are now 195 cameras watching over 40 spots around Gauteng.

But the provincial government is giving the details away to anyone who browses online, by listing where all those cameras are stationed and the specifications of how the monitoring system works.

This could give criminals valuable information on how the system works, which spots are most vulnerable and how to bypass the system to avoid being caught.
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Hours after The Star asked Gauteng officials why the details were freely available, government officials ordered the document removed from the website.

The system was started in November 2008. Planning involved the department, the SAPS, the SA Banking Risk Information Centre (Sabric) and the Banking Council - and the banks paid for part of the system.

Now it needs maintenance and the Department of Community Safety is looking for a contractor. As part of the tender, Gauteng officials loaded the details of the CCTV system on to the provincial government's Gauteng Online website.

"The cameras have been in place for about a year and the banks have repeatedly requested the department to finalise a maintenance agreement," state the documents.

The department is looking for someone to maintain the system and do a "comprehensive audit" of all Gauteng's CCTV systems so that they can be integrated into the Intelligent Transport System (ITS), for "better crime prevention".

The documents list cameras stationed at Nedbank, Absa, FNB and Standard Bank ATMs from Soweto through southern Joburg to Boksburg in the east and north to Pretoria. There's a hint that some of the cameras may not be working as well as they should be. The cameras have required maintenance and to date the service provider has done the requisite repairs.

The bid documents describe cameras with infrared capabilities that can stream footage night and day, are housed in vandal-proof and bomb-proof fittings, have feeds that are triggered by motion or may be manually detected by watching operators, and can be used to manually track what's happening.

The documents even describe the speed of the video streaming, how they are backed up for power outages, how they deal with network failures, what weather the cameras can cope with and how long the feed is stored.

Criminals who read online can find out just who will be watching any attacks at an ATM.

"Video feeds are made available to the SAPS, Metro Police and other relevant government agencies," state the documents.
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