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GDPR-COMPLIANT CCTV REDACTION
SeekLayer's video redaction service (Face404) makes it easy for you to remove identifiable data from your video and image content.
Face404 is based on world-leading AI technology developed in Ireland and is the most automatic, accurate and affordable redaction service in the market today.
Face404 meets GDPR compliance requirements and can be done in a few minutes of your time at your own desk. You redact your own videos using our online tool and there is no need to send your video to us. SeekLayer makes reaction as easy as a google search.
CCTV REDACTION WITH FACE404
Be Compliant with GDPR
- Anonymise your videos easily,efficiently and effectively.
- No one sees your videos except you, or people you authorise.
- Videos will be securely stored and processed within the EU only.
save time, effort and money
- Minimal manual work.
- Cloud-based solution, no need to install any software.
- Face404 is the cheapest, fastest and most accurate solution in the market
Pay As You Go
Custom License / managed service
Includes free updates and new features as they become available.
New features access
Free storage of encrypted video footage.
Email support turnaround
< 1 hour
Free telephone support
Free & Unlimited
Dedicated account manager
WHAT DOES GDPR MEAN IF YOU HAVE CCTV CAMERAS?
WHAT ARE MY OBLIGATIONS UNDER GDPR?
- Justify You must have a valid reason to have CCTV cameras.
- Inform Signs must be posted indicating the presence of CCTV.
- Retain CCTV footage must only be retained with a valid reason.
- Permit Individuals may request CCTV footage that they appear in.
- Redact Personal data not relevant to a subject access request must be blurred.
- Assist Providing CCTV footage to Gardaí should be followed by a written request.
- Ensure Valid data processing agreements and contracts must be in place.
INDIVIDUALS CAN MAKE A SUBECT ACCESS REQUEST UNDER THE GDPR TO OBTAIN FOOTAGE OF THEMSELVES
The GDPR states “Any person whose image is recorded on a CCTV system has a right to seek and be supplied with a copy of their own personal data from the footage”.
If a person is captured on your CCTV cameras, that footage is considered personal data and can be requested as long as a suitable procedure is followed. As indicated below, since appearance in CCTV footage is considered personal data, it must be treated and protected as such.
CCTV FOOTAGE OF AN INDIVIDUAL IS CONSIDERED TO BE PERSONAL DATA
Personal data cannot be shared or published without explicit, unambiguous, opt-in consent under the GDPR. That means to satisfy a subject access request for an individual, the personal data of other subjects who appear in the footage must be redacted or removed.
Practically speaking, CCTV redaction means blurring out the faces and other identifying characteristics of all individuals who appear in a piece of footage that are not part of the subject access request. Under the GDPR, CCTV redaction is a legal requirement.
Chief Executive Officer
Ph.D. in AI and Computer Vision from University of Grenoble. Rami has a decade of experience in bringing cutting edge research from the lab to the marketplace.
Chief Technology Officer
Sebastian is a seasoned Software Engineer with over 14 years of experience. His focus is on backend development, big data technologies, and scalable architectures.
Maurice has 15 years experience in bringing artificial intelligence products to market. He thrives on delivering value to customers and changing how they achieve their desired goals using technology.
Associate Professor & Asst. Department Head at the School of Computing, DCU, Cathal has two decades of experience in developing pioneering multimedia technologies and is a leader in the field of personal data analytics & lifelogging
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