Dr. Wang Bin
Hikvision, the provider of security products and solutions, releases the first version of its product security white paper, introducing the security challenges of IoT products and sharing Hikvision’s practices to continuously improve the security throughout the whole product lifecycle. The product security white paper outlines Hikvision’s comprehensive approach to product security covering device security, data security, application security, network security, privacy protection, and security compliance, which can greatly enhance the product security and the risk resistance in various application scenarios. Current security threats Interconnection of IoT devices is becoming much more common today" “Interconnection of IoT devices is becoming much more common today, while the consequent risks are fast growing. Product security remains among our top priorities on multiple dimensions such as R&D, production, and delivery. We also hope to raise the awareness of security issues and establish trust and cooperation with all the stakeholders by sharing our insights”, said Dr. Wang Bin, Vice President, Director of Network and Information Security Laboratory of Hikvision. In addition to the newly released product security white paper, Hikvision also released an updated cybersecurity white paper, which comprehensively illustrates the current security threats for IoT and relevant challenges for the whole security industry, and it shares Hikvision’s ongoing efforts to improve its cybersecurity system. Supply chain management According to the updated cybersecurity white paper, the existing security research and development process of Hikvision has been enhanced with more advanced technical means and tools, which meets higher standards in terms of design, development, verification, risk mitigation, and configuration management. Meanwhile, the company has optimised the operation mechanism and the professional qualifications of its security teams. The white paper also highlights the security issues related to supply chain management. The company has adopted effective technical and management systems to ensure supply chain security with reference to the international standards, extending the protection scope of cybersecurity systems and building a security ecosystem together with supply chain partners.
Hikvision, a security equipment manufacturer, announces that its Hikvision Security Response Center (HSRC) is now a member of the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST), a pioneer in incident response. FIRST is an international confederation of trusted computer incident response teams who cooperatively handle computer security incidents and promote incident prevention programs. Full membership in FIRST will augment Hikvision's ongoing efforts to enhance its incident response and communicate best practice, and enable HSRC to collaborate with more than 400 FIRST member teams from 90 countries. FIRST members include companies such as CISCO, Intel, IBM and Microsoft. Cybersecurity global effort "Hikvision is proud to join the concerted cybersecurity global effort and contribute our knowledge, skills and experience to promote a safer and more secure electronic environment worldwide," said Dr. Wang Bin, Chief Officer of Hikvision's Network Information Security Laboratory and Network Security Department. "Hikvision is committed to constantly improving its efficiency and performance in incident response, and to providing global customers with the safest products and services." Mr. Wan Li, head of HSRC, shared a case study on IoT Botnet in Post-Mirai Age and called for collaborative actions In October HSRC participated in the FIRST Regional Symposium Asia-Pacific in Shanghai. Mr. Wan Li, head of HSRC, shared a case study on IoT Botnet in Post-Mirai Age and called for collaborative actions of equipment manufacturers, security communities, regulators and other stakeholders to address the new challenges. Meet industry standards Hikvision takes cybersecurity seriously and abides by all applicable laws and regulations in the countries in which it operates. With a record of strict regulatory compliance, Hikvision products meet industry standards for safety and security that include ISO 270001, ISO 9001:2008, CMMI Level 5, and AICPA SOC. Additionally, Hikvision encryption module of IPCs and NVRs has been granted certification for Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2, a U.S. government standard established by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Hikvision, the worldwide supplier of innovative security products and solutions, announced its IP camera product series, DS-2CD3 and DS-2CD5, have achieved the certificate of Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (abbreviated as Common Criteria or CC) with assurance type EAL2 augmented with ALC_FLR.2 (EAL2+). It demonstrates Hikvision’s commitment to global customers on reliability and cybersecurity. As one of the most widely recognised international standards (ISO/IEC 15408) in information technology security, the Common Criteria certification is mainly applicable to evaluating security and reliability of information technology products or solutions, and is also focused on the protection of private information. Developing safe and innovative products Hikvision is always committed to developing quality, safe and innovative security products" Government organisations or government agencies from 28 countries have participated in the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA), including National Information Assurance Partnership, Department of Defense of U.S. Many enterprise organisations also use CC as a requisite in relevant procurements. "Along with the transformation into a networked and intelligent era, security industry is facing unprecedented development opportunities, but also new challenges. Hikvision is always committed to developing quality, safe and innovative security products," said Dr. Wang Bin, Chief Officer at Hikvision Network and Information Security Laboratory and Network Security Department. As required process to achieve the Common Criteria certificate, Hikvision successfully passed the rigorous evaluation performed by Common Criteria testing laboratory Brightsight, a world-renowned security evaluation institution.
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