Last week we talk about one of the ways Kinesense helps you track your video and prove it’s not being tampered with though disclosure logs. This week we’ll be looking at another aspect of that, file security.


When you go to import your video, Kinesense calculates the hash of your video.

 This is then used, in conjunction with some other values, to create an encrypted hash for each frame.


To verify that the current frame you’re viewing hasn’t been tampered with there is a security check in the Review tab. Simply click on the Verify Data Security button on the lower right hand side and a pop up will appear telling you if the frame is secure or not.


File security doesn’t end when you export the video, it’s also applied to exported reports. In the Existing Reports tab click Test Security   in the right hand side toolbar. Select one of the clips your previously exported and it’ll tell you if the file is secure. For pdf reports, Video reports and disclosure logs, Kinesense embeds a security code in the exported report. (However Microsoft Word reports, which of course are intended to be edited by the user, these are not security tagged)

This is all part of securing (and proving) the change of evidence – which is a topic we in Kinesense are very focused on.