Hanwha Vision voluntarily pursued the leading certification to further enhance security across its organisation and harden its cyber defences. As technology rapidly advances and cyber risks rise, the latest version of ISO 27001 reflects changing digital trends, such as cloud, Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence, to offer a standard that ensures comprehensive information security in an increasingly digital world.

Hanwha Vision has been improving its internal security for the past 30 years. Alongside this, the company continues to emphasise the importance of security to support social responsibilities, as part of a wider environmental, social and governance drive that puts responsible technology and data at the centre of operations.

Hanwha Vision conducts regular security tests led by its in-house specialist security team, S-CERT. In addition, the company has been selected as a CNA (CVE Numbering Authority) organisation, working with leading technology companies to manage the programme’s vulnerabilities. Hanwha Vision has also acquired numerous security certifications from reputable global authorities, including UL CAP, FIPS, and TTA. Certification to ISO 27001 demonstrates Hanwha Vision’s commitment to further raise its information security, as well as be a trustworthy and reliable partner for its customers.

Pread Um (Suk Bong), Director of Product and Marketing at Hanwha Vision said, “As technology continues to rapidly evolve, having robust security across our organisation is critical. We are proud to have achieved ISO 27001 certification, the international standard for information security, reaffirming our commitment to best practice across our business, and once again demonstrating Hanwha Vision as a trustworthy and responsible partner.”