KiwiVision Privacy Protector Version 2.3.0 Software module for integration in a video management system
European Privacy Seal for KiwiVision Privacy Protector
|KiwiVision Privacy Protector Version 2.3.0
Software module for integration in a video management system
View the KiwiVision Privacy Protector Certificate
|24/09/2013 until 30/09/2015
|Re2013: KiwiVision Privacy Protector Short Public Report (PDF)
KiwiSecurity Software GmbH
|The usage of the Privacy Protector supports the principle of proportionality and the usage of the least invasive technology with regard to video surveillance in an effective way by anonymisation of video data and data minimisation.
|The legitimacy of the video surveillance system needs to be evaluated separately on a case by case basis by the operator of the video surveillance system. The circumstances of a certain video surveillance system need to be taken into account to ensure the success of the application. Therefore installation and configuration have to be carried out by especially trained personnel.
|KiwiSecurity’s Privacy Protector is a software module for integration in a video management system and provides very effective algorithms for anonymisation of video data.
The Privacy Protector now has a new feature to compensate quick light changes in surveillance area by using several different background models. This enables a better quality for the video feed while still preserving the privacy enhancing features of the Privacy Protector.
Apart from this there have been no legal or technical changes that would impact the evaluation results of the Privacy Protector compared to the re-evaluation in 2011.
Since the certification in 08/2009, KiwiVision Privacy Protector (v1.0) has not been modified.
In 2010, Austria introduced specific legal requirements for a legitimate implementation of video surveillance systems (§ 50a ff. DSG 2000). This is reflected in the current version of the KiwiVision Privacy Protector user manual.
Enhancements of the EuroPriSe Criteria since the initial certification had to be considered: According to the current version of the EuroPriSe Criteria, requirement 220.127.116.11 (privacy statement) is applicable if the manufacturer of an IT product runs a website
Initial Certification 08/2009
The purpose of the Privacy Protector is to anonymise video data (by obfuscating persons or objects in the video) from surveillance cameras and storage devices in real-time. It also provides the possibility to define fixed obfuscated or non-obfuscated regions. To ensure a smooth functioning of the Privacy Protector, the surveillance system needs to use static surveillance cameras without automatic zoom. In case of moving cameras it is to be noted, that the Privacy Protector will obfuscate the entire scene until the new background has been learned by the software. Potential areas of operation are from highly frequented public spaces (airports, railway stations, etc.) to even working places.
Depending on the area of operation and technical settings chosen for the surveillance system, access for monitoring personnel can be restricted to obfuscated video data. Access to the non-obfuscated video data can be reserved to specially authorised users (supervisors, etc.).
In practice, the Privacy Protector will operate between the video signal of surveillance cameras and the picture displayed on the monitor or the storage device. Furthermore it can be used to obfuscate video data retrieved from a storage device. This results in displaying just obfuscated video data, with the monitored persons not identifiable.
Mag. Andreas Krisch
firstname.lastname@example.orgDr. Thomas Strohmaier
|Formerly Certified Versions
|Initial Certification of v1.0 in 08/2009
Recertification v 1.0 09/2011
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