On August 13, 2018, the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 (NDAA) (H.R. 5515) came into force. The Act establishes a more aggressive stance on U.S. cybersecurity policy, stating that “all instruments of national power” will be used to defend, deter, and respond to significant cyber threats. Under the NDAA, federal agencies are prohibited from procuring telecommunications equipment and services and video surveillance equipment and services from certain Chinese companies after August 13, 2019.
The Federal Communications Commission published a Report and Order on November 25, 2022, changing its rules for equipment authorization to prohibit the importation, marketing, and sale of certain communications equipment made by certain Chinese companies.
Following the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) coming into force in August 2019 and subsequent November 2022 rulings, We are pleased to confirm that our entire product portfolio including our latest range of Oncam C-Series cameras are NDAA fully compliant. All Oncam cameras use NDAA-compliant chipsets.
At Oncam, we keep the importance of physical and cyber security at the forefront during the inception, design, development, testing and maintenance phases of our products and we are committed to supporting your security needs and those of the whole industry. To read more about our security, please take a look here.
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This technology, and many more, are available on the Oncam C-Series.