The FCC ban applies to equipment sold by Hikvision, Dahua and other banned entities for “the purpose of public safety, security of government facilities, physical surveillance of critical infrastructure, and other national security purposes.”
There is dearth of cybersecurity standards in the Internet of Things, but we are seeing some progress.
The FCC has published a list of five Chinese companies that “pose an unacceptable risk to national security” in accordance with the Secure Networks Act.
Security industry professionals are being asked to support Mission 500, which will help feed families effected by the coronavirus crisis.
Once primarily focused on military and critical infrastructure installations, the thermal camera market is far more expansive these days.
The 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) contains a provision barring U.S. government agencies from purchasing Dahua and Hikvision products, including their OEMs.
A House bill, which requires Senate approval before it can become law, prohibits the U.S. government from purchasing equipment made by several other Chinese firms, along with OEM gear.
Physical security systems are vulnerable to cyber attacks if you don’t take appropriate precautions. Here’s how to reduce your risk.
With ISC West 2018 in the books, here are some photo and video highlights from the largest physical security conference in the country.
Most physical security and life safety systems are now connected to the Internet, making them vulnerable to cyber security attacks. How are you protecting them?