Protecting your IP camera network
Layer 2: Vulnerability management best practices timely response and transparency Axis applies cyber-security best practices in the design, development and testing of our products to minimize the risk of flaws that could be exploited in an attack. When critical vulnerabilities are discovered we fix them promptly and issue security advisories. The result is your second layer of defense.
Best practices. As members of the Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM) we re continuously assessing, improving and applying best practices around cyber security. These include: Design and architectural reviews, Code reviews, Testing for known vulnerabilities Responsiveness and transparency. Occasionally a new critical vulnerability may be discovered. In such cases, we guarantee speedy response, transparency and free upgrades and patches: Layer 3: Learning and collaboration understanding and mitigating risks Because there s no one-size-fits-all solution to cyber crime, your third layer of defense is a good understanding of the threats you face, their potential costs and how to protect yourself. We share our knowledge of cyber risks and how to mitigate them in a number of tools and papers that will help you put effective safeguards in place: Download our e-book for an introduction to how you can improve your cyber health ten best practices for a healthy network The Axis Hardening Guide is a detailed hands-on guide for integrators and IT departments with concrete recommendations for system hardening. Visit the Axis product security website for up-to-date news and advisories as well as useful documentation.