UK Government unveils security standard for surveillance cameras

Nicholas Fearn
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The standard aims to combat attacks launched by infected camera systems

The UK government has unveiled new security requirements for manufacturers of surveillance camera systems and components. Announced by the UK Surveillance Camera Commissioner (SCC) on Thursday, ...

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