Hanwha Vision has been authorised by the CVE Program as a CVE Numbering Authority (CNA).
In a demonstration of its commitment to best practice in cybersecurity, authorisation as a CNA allows Hanwha Vision to identify, define, and catalogue publicly reported cybersecurity vulnerabilities for the benefit of users, partners and the wider information technology (IT) and cybersecurity communities.
The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) programme is an international, community-based effort that relies on technology firms like Hanwha Vision to share any vulnerabilities they discover, which are then assigned and published to the CVE List.
In turn, IT and cybersecurity professionals use these CVE Records to coordinate efforts to prioritise and address these vulnerabilities.
Hanwha Vision in cybersecurity commitment
“Authorisation as a CNA shows how seriously Hanwha Vision takes cyber security,” said Uri Guterman, Head of Product & Marketing at Hanwha Vision. “Being authorised as a CVE Numbering Authority represents a logical next step in Hanwha Vision’s ongoing commitment to cybersecurity and provides an added level of reassurance to users.”
Hanwha Vision says CNA authorisation will augment the work of its long-established S-CERT department, where a dedicated team addresses all possible product security vulnerabilities and responds promptly in the event of a security vulnerability via a documented Security Vulnerability Response Process and Notice Policy.
Now, with CNA status, Hanwha Vision can publish CVE records and support a growing community of technology providers as they work to minimise cyber security threats through swift and coordinated action.