Please find below information from Vista regarding Cyber Security, along with links containing extensive advice on how you can ensure your video surveillance equipment is secure.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Directive came into force 25th May 2018 – superseding previous Data Protection legislation. For the Video Surveillance Systems industry; responsibility for adherence to GDPR legislation rests with the entire vendor supply chain, the CCTV Integrator and even the end-user organisation storing and administering user data!
Click the following link to read how to harden and deploy your Vista products towards GDPR adherence – Cyber & GDPR guide
Vista Latest Notices & Alerts
2019-10-10 Firmware update: Viper Resolutions & Features…more
2018-08-14 Vista: Viper range new firmware – Important AVI export NVR\DVR hang issue resolved …. more
2018-06-29 Microsoft: Spectre & Meltdown latest (Win7, 10, Server 2012 R2 etc) …. more
2018-06-12 – Microsoft: release addition security updates and anti-malware. Apply via regular MS Update Client… more
Vista Firmware and Software Updates
Microsoft Windows features in several Vista’s CCTV solutions and is used extensively throughout the Video Surveillance Systems Industry. Keep abreast of Microsoft updates and alerts by using the following resources:
Sign-up to Microsoft Updates Notification and receive e-mail or RSS news feeds for security and update alerts…. read more
Sign-up to Microsoft Updates Notification and receive e-mail or RSS news feeds according to chosen Windows OS Version…. read more
Microsoft Security Updates Guide…. read more
Other Useful Resources
Cyber Security has been an I.T. Industry concern for many years and there are many free and independent resources for information.
Many Cyber Security polices base themselves on the SANS Institute: 20 Critical Security Controls
UK Government National Cyber Security Centre: Protect your organisation against cyber attack
Information Commissioners Office: 12 Steps to Prepare for GDPR
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST- US): Cyber Security Framework
Centre for Internet Security: 20 Critical Security Controls: Actions to protect your organization and data from known cyber attack vectors