Applies to Models: FIPS Compliant Models
Many Hanwha cameras have applied the FIPS 140-2 standard, using the built-in certified Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chipset hardware. The United States Federal Information Process Standards (FIPS) is a security standard for cryptographic modules the federal governments in the US, UK, and Canada use to approve whether TPM is securely designed and implemented. With this certified TPM, users can be assured that they can utilize their cameras more securely.
Explanation of Behavior:
- The FIPS 140-2 standard is a self-certification process that verifies all encryption algorithms to ensure that only secure methods are used and that the software libraries that are used to implement the processes are from verified and validated sources.
- The following list of Hanwha cameras are FIPS 140-2 Level 2 certified by design as of 12/2023