Konica Minolta announces that manufacturer-independent SySS GmbH has tested and certified the security of the MOBOTIX 7 intelligent video platform and MOBOTIX Mx6 security cameras. As a result, the leading institute for penetration tests in Germany has confirmed the best possible cybersecurity of Konica Minolta’s MOBOTIX products series.
Looking for security vulnerabilities
During the tests, hardware and software components are subjected to simulated hacker attacks in several scenarios. These correspond to the current cyber-attacks, which have recently led to data tapping and data hijacking worldwide.
The testers of SySS GmbH are familiar with the recent attack methods on IT systems and research how to prevent the intrusion into digital infrastructures. With this exclusive know-how, SySS GmbH tests IT landscapes and looks for weaknesses and security vulnerabilities.
Shintaro Inoue, Head of Video Solutions Services, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe stated, “The renewal of the SySS certificate for the MOBOTIX 7 platform and the Mx6 camera series, which are both parts of the Konica Minolta video solution services portfolio, confirms our high standards in terms of security.”
“We only offer our customer's video solution services that provide the best possible protection - not only for people, facilities, goods, grounds, or buildings but also for the data that our recordings collect.”
ONVIF and H.264 compliant
With Konica Minolta’s video solution services, customers can be sure that they will continue to be protected against cyber-attacks.
The MOBOTIX 7 platform and the Mx6 camera series are among the market-leading systems in IoT camera applications. They are appreciated worldwide for their robustness, durability, and energy-efficient solutions. Despite the decentralized approach, the system is ONVIF and H.264 compliant.