Speco working to improve cyber protection
Speco Technologies says it is “proactively working with Underwriters Laboratory (UL) to obtain a UL 2900 certification for all of their video surveillance products and software,” according to a statement.
July 25, 2017 By SP&T Staff
In April 2016, UL launched its new Cybersecurity Assurance Program to assess software vulnerabilities and weaknesses, minimize exploitation, address known malware, review security controls and increase security awareness. Based on UL testing, we have improved the cyber posture of our cameras, recorder, and SecureGuard VMS and are working closely with their team to get our products UL 2900 certified.
Speco Technologies is aware that cyber-attackers are becoming increasingly sophisticated and is proactively working toward safeguarding the privacy and security of our customers. Speco’s President, Todd Keller, stated “By identifying vulnerabilities, we are able to alleviate those risks and work with our product development team to continue to innovate and manufacture more secure products to stay ahead of any possible cyber-attacks.”
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