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Hikvision Launches Industry’s First Source Code Transparency Center

March 8, 2018

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Today Hikvision USA Inc. announced the opening of its Source Code Transparency Center (SCTC), the first of its kind in the security industry.

“In the past year we have put in place a dedicated North American cybersecurity team and added new cybersecurity resources for our partners. Building on our recent efforts, we're pleased to establish the industry's first Source Code Transparency Center," said Jeffrey He, president of Hikvision USA Inc., and Hikvision Canada, Inc.

Chuck Davis, director of cybersecurity for Hikvision North America, said Hikvision is committed to developing products and solutions that conform to the highest security standards. "By opening our source code for review, we continue to demonstrate Hikvision’s commitment to product security and transparency,” he said.

Government agencies who wish to review the Hikvision source code can contact a member of the Hikvision sales team to schedule an appointment and complete the required nondisclosure agreement. 

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