Atlanta Video Surveillance Company


Verified Security’s commercial video surveillance protects your business from theft and property damage while monitoring the premises for emergencies. For these reasons, video surveillance systems are vital in keeping employees and customers safe.

Verified Security offers state-of-the-art video surveillance systems customizable to match the needs of your business, whether you are responsible for securing a small store or a giant office park. We source from all the top manufacturers, allowing us to offer a large selection of indoor cameras, outdoor cameras, video recording, video management software, storage devices, motion sensors, and most other video security equipment.

Whatever your surveillance needs, Verified Security has the solution. Our security consultants know how to design and install the most effective video surveillance systems for our clients.

The Three Types of Video Surveillance Cameras


Video surveillance cameras come with a wide variety of resolution levels and advanced features.

The three types are as follows:

  • IP (Network)
  • IP - Cloud-Based
  • Analog
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IP

Also known as Network Cameras, IP camera systems offer state-of-the-art video surveillance technology. They provide high-resolution images and the most sophisticated security management tools. These cameras tend to cost a bit more versus the less advanced analog systems, but if you have valuable property and people to protect, IP camera systems do the best job.
Capabilities include:

  • Night vision
  • Remote monitoring
  • Data analytics
  • Motion detection
  • Facial recognition
  • Person counting
  • Dwell time surveillance

In addition to these sophisticated tools, IP security cameras integrate smoothly with most of the latest surveillance technology. They also record onto a Network Video Recorder (NVR) system. These systems function like a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) but produce far clearer images. As with most newer technology, IP surveillance cameras are dropping in price as their market grows.

IP - Cloud-Based

The latest IP camera system technology is now available on the cloud. Many IT departments are adopting the cloud-based IP model because running video surveillance on the cloud saves on both cost and space. Cloud-based video systems make it convenient to access IP camera footage remotely via a computer or smartphone. The technology is also highly secure and often comes with the option of receiving push notifications on mobile devices when an alarm event occurs.

Many businesses also lean towards the IP cloud setup because it is far easier to maintain. Software and firmware updates are digitally sent to the relevant devices rather than the manual installation process required for on-site server systems. The cloud-based solutions also eliminate the risk of hardware failures, which could leave the premises unmonitored.

Analog

Analog surveillance cameras provide live viewing and store the images via recording systems, such as a Digital Video Recorder, or DVR. Analog camera systems must be connected to the recording system by a coaxial cable. These surveillance systems are also known as closed-circuit television systems or CCTV. Video quality depends on the type of analog system and ranges from standard definition to high definition PTZ (Pan, Tilt, Zoom) style cameras.

Upgrading from Analog to IP Surveillance Systems

Many of our clients see the value in upgrading from an analog system to IP and IP cloud solutions. These upgrades allow clients to utilize higher-resolution cameras and the advanced features of IP surveillance systems. Verified Security performs upgrades that allow our clients to enhance the security of their businesses.

New Systems

Sometimes, a whole new video surveillance system is needed. Verified Security’s consultants analyze your business’s needs and recommend the technology best suited to enhance your facility’s security within your budget. Whether you need a single outdoor camera or a fully functional video surveillance system with motion sensors, storage devices, and multiple cameras, Verified Security can help you find the video surveillance solution for your business.

Access Control Integration

Access control systems are used to restrict access and deter trespassers. In addition, they can create a record of who accesses the facility and provide reports on that activity.

Verified Security’s surveillance experts can integrate your video surveillance system with an access control system to provide your business with a robust defense system that deters intruders, memorializes events, and allows you to monitor your security from anywhere at any time.

Verified Security offers a wide variety of commercial security options. Video surveillance is the most fundamental as it protects against theft, trespassing, and other emergencies. Our surveillance and access control experts help their clients design security solutions that fit the size and needs of their businesses.

Learn more about Verified Security's access control options here.

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Atlanta Video Surveillance Company


We proudly serve the greater Atlanta area and look forward to working with your company. To learn more about how we can protect your business with sophisticated video surveillance and access control systems, contact Verified Security today.


    Frequently Asked Questions


    How do you monitor video surveillance?
    The methods for monitoring your video surveillance system varies depending on the type of system you use. Modern cloud-based surveillance systems allow for users to access the video feed remotely via an app or browser window on a smartphone or computer. These devices must be granted access to do so for security purposes and provide excellent viewing options. More dated systems such as CCTV must be viewed at a designated monitor connected to the closed loop of cameras, usually stationed on premises.
    What are some of the advantages of commercial video surveillance systems?
    There are many benefits to a commercial video surveillance system. For one, the ability to check in on your facilities remotely allows for increased operational efficiency and security. In addition to live viewing, storing recorded footage of an incident is also an excellent resource. By integrating video surveillance with other security measures such as an access control system and an intrusion alarm system, you can ensure the protection of your facility to the highest degree.
    What is a commercial security system?
    A commercial security system refers to the use of one or all of the methods of protecting your commercial facility. Video surveillance allows you to monitor and record events on premises, access control helps to prevent unwanted entries into the entire facility or specific locations, and intrusion alarms will alert you of trespassers. By using all of these systems in tandem, you can maintain the greatest level of control over the safety and security of your business.
    Do business security cameras require contracts?
    Most of the time, business security cameras do not require long-term contracts to purchase. They are usually installed by a professional and there can be recurring fees to maintain the hardware and software of the security camera system depending on the types of services required.
    What kind of security cameras work best for business?
    Each business will have its own specific security needs and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to video surveillance. However, we recommend staying ahead of the curve with modern security camera options. Cloud-based IP cameras offer some of the best options for viewing and recording while offering the clearest images on the market. These cameras also give you the option to utilize video analytics, which can be a fantastic addition to your video security system. Video analytics allow for much more proactive use of your camera system.
    How much does a commercial security system cost?
    The price of commercial security systems varies on the size of the facility, the sophistication of the equipment, and the amount of devices. Some systems only require two cameras for a single room. Others may require interior cameras, exterior cameras, electric door locks, card readers, video analytics, and intrusion detection systems. Contact us today for a consultation to find out which system would be best for your business. We work with budgets of all sizes and can find the right solution for you.