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17/05/2017

Hikvision & Cisco unite in the fight against cyber threats

Hangzhou, China

Hikvision together with Cisco, two world leaders in their field, recently collaborated to hold a joint meeting on cyber security on April 26, 2017 in Hangzhou, China.

This meeting marked the successful completion of the first phase of a collaboration that began in December. Cisco is sharing its professional and sophisticated cyber security management experience and technologies with Hikvision, facilitating Hikvision’s globalisation process.

During the April 26 meeting, Cisco cyber security experts reviewed results of first phase of the project and shared relevant experience and advice on the next step. At the same time, Cisco recognised Hikvision’s dedication to safe R&D management.

Weiqi Wu, VP at Hikvision, said that Hikvision is committed to the highest possible levels of cybersecurity. “Although the company’s cyber security best practices are industry-leading, cyber security efforts must be ongoing. Going forward, Hikvision will continue to assess and improve its cyber security efforts in the R&D process, and strengthen its research on security technologies. Hikvision will also continue to deepen its collaboration and communication with the world’s top-notch cyber security companies, such as Cisco, to further improve cyber security in the security industry.”


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