Initially introduced in 2020, Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) establishes cybersecurity standards for defense contractors who handle sensitive information. It affects all contractors who perform work for the Department of Defense (DoD) in the United States. In this blog, we’ll look at CMMC, how it pertains to video security cameras, and how you can use video surveillance to strengthen overall security compliance throughout your organization.
As video surveillance on campus becomes the norm, some thought leaders are also calling for caution. Video security shouldn’t be a knee-jerk reaction to safety issues—it should be a thoughtful assessment made with proper consideration for student safety, privacy, and equity. This article provides a four-step framework for developing school video surveillance policies that are effective, thoughtful, and responsible.
NIST represents a high standard of cybersecurity and data privacy that all organizations should aspire to. For federal agencies in the United States, NIST compliance is required. Organizations that require NIST compliance may wonder how video surveillance fits into their security strategy. In this blog, we’ll look at NIST, how it pertains to video security cameras, and how you can use video surveillance to strengthen overall security compliance throughout your entire organization.