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Cybersecurity

Hanwha Techwin Cybersecurity

At Hanwha Techwin, cybersecurity begins at the product development stage and continues on long after a product has reached its end of production. Our innovative hardware technologies and usage of cybersecurity best practices ensure that network and IP camera devices meet the highest levels of security achievable.

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Built-in Best Practices

The Hanwha Techwin Security Policy

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Client

Complex password policy

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HTTP/HTTPS

Encrypted video data transmission

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Web Server

No backdoor via Telnet/SSH

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Application

Encrypted firmware

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Database

Database encryption

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Hanwha Techwin’s S-CERT

Hanwha Techwin’s Security Computer Emergency Response Team, S-CERT, is dedicated to designing proactive safeguards against unauthorized device access and intrusion as well as addressing security vulnerabilities found in Hanwha Techwin’s WISENET products.

Long-term Firmware Support Policy

Hanwha Techwin will provide firmware updates to address cybersecurity vulnerabilities discovered in Wisenet camera products for up to five years after a product’s discontinuation date.

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Cybersecurity Education

Even when using the most advanced cybersecurity technologies, almost all data and network breaches experienced by an organization originate at the user level. Hanwha Techwin provides tools and documentation as well as regularly conducts in-person and online training via webinar to cover cybersecurity hardening topics to guide and educate customers and integrators in the best and most up to date cybersecurity practices available.

Network Hardening Guide

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Network Hardening Guide NVR

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Guidelines for secure use of SNMP

Occurrence of denial-of-service attacks and secure use of the SNMP service