Cybersecurity is one of the most important challenges faced by system integrators and end users today.
How does FLIR ensure the cybersecurity of its security systems?
To safeguard against cybersecurity issues, FLIR applies measures such as using the latest hardware and software, on-premises storage solutions, testing all products and firmware to identify the newest threats. Products by FLIR are in full compliance with the NDAA.
Key cybersecurity features built into the latest FLIR software and hardware solutions include:
- IEEE 802.1x Authentication
- Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS)
- User Authentication
- No Backdoor Accounts
- Access Control via Firewall
- Digest Authentication
- Firmware Updates
- Configuration Lockdown
FLIR regularly tests all products and firmware on the latest risks, analyzes vulnerabilities, and conducts penetration tests. Nessus scan tool allows engineers to regularly check products for all well-known vulnerabilities that exist on the network, generate reports on findings, and make technological adjustments as needed.
On-Premise Video Storage and Closed Networks
Companies are using cloud-based video storage more than ever; hackers know it and they look to exploit any security vulnerabilities they can find. FLIR offers on-premise video storage – such as FLIR servers, storage and clients, and closed networks. On-premise video storage is more difficult to hack because no one outside of the network can access the video data.
All new FLIR security solutions are ideal for cyber-hardened security systems for critical infrastructure and government applications.