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CAMERA SYSTEM CYBERSECURITY PATCHES AVAILABLE

27-06-2019
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Mobotix cameras and systems have a reputation for being cyber secure, and no Mobotix camera has ever been hacked. Users around the world trust the reliability of these German developed and manufactured products to protect their images and data from unauthorised access and to prevent an insecure interface from offering hackers an opening.

“We are constantly working on identifying possible security gaps and closing them immediately to keep it that way,” Mobotix AG Head of Product Management Thomas Dieregsweiler says. “We do this to the point that we anticipate the latest technological developments and analyse how they could affect the cybersecurity of our products and solutions. If we see a potential threat, we will release an appropriate security update.”

All Mobotix cybersecurity activities are described in the Cactus Concept. The newly released Cactus Patch guarantees users of Mobitix cameras – from the M10 series, which was launched in 2004, up to the current models – the best possible protection against cyber attacks in the future.

“This allows us to protect the longevity of our products and ensures that the older Mobotix systems that are still in use continue to be cyber safe,” Dieregsweiler says.

The Cactus Patch is available free of charge to all Mobotix customers from the company’s website and is easy to install. Also available is a Cyber Protection Guide, which contains all the information users need to protect their Mobotix products against cyber-attacks.

Mobotix Australia
02 8507 2000
www.mobotix.com

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