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Bosch introduces Remote Connect cloud service for intrusion control panels

Published on 20 September, 2016
Bosch programs each cloud-ready B and G Series Control Panel with a unique Cloud ID and public key infrastructure (PKI) certificate, allowing mutually authenticated Transport Layer Security (TLS) connection to cloud services
The Remote Connect cloud service makes it even faster and easier to connect to the control panels

Bosch Security Systems, Inc. is now providing dealers and integrators in North America cloud-based connectivity to its B and G Series intrusion control panels for remote programming and end-user app connectivity. The new Remote Connect cloud service makes it even faster and easier to connect to the control panels by eliminating the need to change customer router settings, firewall rules, or to use Domain Name Service (DNS) to access the systems remotely.

Connectivity

Installers simply create a services account with Bosch and then plug the panel into the network using the on-board Ethernet port or set up a cellular communication connection. The panel reaches out to the cloud without the need to configure the customer’s network for inbound communications. The connection allows Bosch’s Remote Programming Software (RPS) and the Remote Security Control app to connect securely from anywhere. Alarm communications are still sent directly to the central monitoring station using standard IP, cellular or PSTN (public switched telephone network) connections and do not utilise the cloud service.

Public key infrastructure certificate

Bosch programs each cloud-ready B and G Series Control Panel with a unique Cloud ID and public key infrastructure (PKI) certificate, allowing mutually authenticated Transport Layer Security (TLS) connection to cloud services. Bosch is leading the intrusion market by adopting these advanced IT industry cryptology standards to prevent eavesdropping, substitution, and data tampering.

With this new service offering, security dealers and integrators have the option to connect direct to the panels or to use the Remote Connect cloud service, choosing the method that will best meet the needs and requirements of each end customer.

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