Last year, Congress directed the U.S. government to remove all Chinese-made surveillance cameras from their networks and security systems. Congress and many experts believed that these devices or their components had so-called back doors that allowed the companies that made them, and hence the Chinese government, to collect the imagery. The deadline for removing these cameras was August 13. Now that the deadline has passed, how can we be sure that federal agencies and departments were successful in removing these Chinese spy devices? Ensuring that government networks are not hosting malicious devices requires specialized security protocols such as Comply to Connect. I have written more about this here.
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