Hanwha Chipset Gains Cybersecurity Certification

Hanwha Techwin’s position in video surveillance has been concreted with the announcement that Wisenet7, the company’s next generation proprietary camera chipset, has achieved UL Cybersecurity Assurance Program (UL CAP) certification.

With cybersecurity being a top priority for the electronic security industry, the certification enables Hanwha Techwin to validate that its latest generation of Wisenet cameras are equipped with the highest possible levels of protection from the activities of cyber criminals.

UL CAP is a certification program run by UL, a company which has been a global leader in safety science for over 100 years. The program assesses potential cyber security issues and the level of risk from hackers in respect of network-connectable hardware devices and software. Hanwha Techwin is among only a handful of manufacturers within the video surveillance industry that have so far achieved the UL CAP certification for their products and is the only one within Korea to have done so.

With the support of the certification, Hanwha Techwin is able to provide peace of mind to system integrators and end-users seeking to comply with GDPR by ensuring confidential data cannot be accessed, copied or tampered with.

Although it usually takes in the region of 8 to 10 months, Hanwha Techwin was able to complete the certification process within three months as the company’s in-house Security Computer Engineering Response Team (S-CERT) had already been working on addressing any potential security vulnerabilities in Wisenet hardware and software. This ensured that Wisenet7 was able to meet all of UL’s thorough evaluation criteria, such as penetration test, access control and user authentication, encryption and software updates.

The ground-breaking Wisenet7 chipset boasts an impressive list of technologies which are designed to significantly improve the cyber security credentials of Wisenet cameras. These include Secure Boot Verification; Secure OS; Anti-Hardware Clone; Secure JTAG; and Secure UART.

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