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Hanwha receives UL Cybersecurity certification for Wisenet 7 cameras

September 25, 2020SSN Staff

TEANECK, N.J.—Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, announced that it has received the UL CAP (Cybersecurity Assurance Program) certification for its recently-launched range of IP cameras featuring Wisenet 7 SoC (System on Chip). The UL Cybersecurity Assurance Program (UL CAP) aims to minimize risks by creating standardized, testable criteria for assessing software vulnerabilities and weaknesses in embedded products and systems. This helps...

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OSSA creates harmony now and into the future

August 12, 2020Ginger Hill, Managing Editor

SAN RAMON, Calif.—Open Security & Safety Alliance (OSSA) members have been quite productive since the Alliance publicly opened its door in 2018, with the goal of shaping a more simplified, collaborative space for the IoT and security space. Comprised of diverse industry leaders, influencers and innovative organizations from all facets of the security, safety and building automation space, over the past 20 months, the Alliance has achieved a series of accomplishments that encompass the organization’s...

Bosch Building Technologies, Convergint, Convergint Technologies, Coronavirus, COVID, Diversity, Hanwha Techwin, Milestone Systems, Open Security & Safety Alliance, OSSA


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Hanwha's top five video surveillance trends for 2020

December 20, 2019SSN Staff

TEANECK, N.J.—Hanwha Techwin, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions announced its top five key trend predictions for the security industry in 2020. “Advancement in technologies such as AI, IoT and cloud will support new use cases in conjunction with existing devices and solutions to meet customers' needs in various verticals, expanding the horizon of our industry,” Soonhong Ahn, president and CEO, Hanwha Techwin said in the announcement. “However,...

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Open Security & Safety Alliance (OSSA) celebrates one-year anniversary

September 17, 2019Ginger Hill, Managing Editor

This month, the Open Security and Safety Alliance (OSSA) celebrates its one-year anniversary, and SSN is so excited to congratulate this alliance and celebrate alongside each and every member. Working with Heather Chesterman, PR director, OSSA, SSN received some enlightening feedback from Johan Jubbega, president, OSSA, regarding the alliance's first year as well as gained insight as to what's to come from OSSA in the near future.Can you comment on how the Alliance has progressed within its first...

Bosch Building Technologies, Hanwha Techwin, Johan Jubbega, Milestone Systems, open platform, Open Security & Safety Alliance, OSSA, Pelco by Schneider Electric, VIVOTEK


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Open Security & Safety Alliance membership doubles; open platform initiatives surge forward

May 7, 2019Ginger Hill, Managing Editor

SAN RAMON, Calif.—In the Fall of 2018, five companies — Bosch Building Technologies, Hanwha Techwin, Milestone Systems, Pelco by Schneider Electric and VIVOTEK, Inc. — came together for the good of the open platform community, becoming founding companies of the Open Security & Safety Alliance (OSSA), or simply, “the Alliance.” Since that time, 15 inventive international players have joined the organization, producing 50 percent growth with initiatives in full swing,...

artificial intelligence, Bosch Building Technologies, deep learning, Hanwha Techwin, Johan Jubbega, Machine Learning, Milestone Systems, open platform, Open Security & Safety Alliance, OSSA


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Hanwha Techwin finding its own identity

June 28, 2017Paul Ragusa, Editor

TEANECK, N.J.—Hanwha Techwin, a global supplier of solutions for IP and analog video surveillance, continues to build on the momentum created with the unveiling earlier this year of its new in-house developed Wisenet 5 chipset, and the announcement of plans to open a new $100 million manufacturing facility in Vietnam.Miguel Lazatin, director of product and channel marketing, North America, said that the key differentiator for the company is its ability to develop in-house technology.“A...

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Hanwha Techwin unveils new chip set

January 25, 2017Paul Ragusa, Editor

TEANECK, N.J.—Hanwha Techwin unveiled its latest chipset, Wisenet 5, on Jan. 20, announcing that the company is also moving forward with a branding initiative that will put the Wisenet logo, instead of Samsung's, on all its cameras and products moving forward.Tom Cook, vice president of sales for North America at Hanwha Techwin, noted that the company has been cobranding with Samsung and its Wisenet chips since 2007, including the release of Wisenet 3 in 2013.“Wisenet has become a strong...

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Big ISC West exhibitors feature cybersecurity and name changes

March 16, 2016Spencer Ives

LAS VEGAS—Some of the biggest exhibitors are approaching the show with new topics top of mind, for some it's cybersecurity, for others it's branding after a name change.“Throughout the day, every day of the show, we're going to be presenting our stance on cybersecurity; what people need to do to protect themselves against existing threats, what do people need to do to make sure their customers are protected, [and] what Hikvision is doing to make sure all products are safe,” Alex...

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Goodbye Samsung Techwin, hello Hanwha Techwin

March 9, 2016Martha Entwistle

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—The Samsung name will stay on its products for now, but as of April 1, video surveillance provider Samsung Techwin America is changing its name to Hanwha Techwin America.Tom Cook, Samsung VP sales for North America, called the name change “the next move as we incorporate ourselves into Hanwha, a $56 billion corporation.”Hanwha became the majority owner of Samsung Techwin in December of 2014.Cook said that the products will eventually be rebranded. They may...

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