National Defense Authorization Act
About the NDAA.
To address a perceived cybersecurity risk, The United States adopted the Interim Final Rules of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) on August 13, 2018. Section 889 of the NDAA contains the Prohibition on certain telecommunications and video surveillance services or equipment from specific vendors. It also contains several provisions that have a major impact on existing and future US Government related video surveillance deployments. The NDAA ban also extends to other manufacturers in cases in which the video surveillance cameras or systems from the specified vendors are offered under another manufacturer’s brand name typical of OEM, ODM and JDM relationships.
Anviz is committed to provide NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act) compliant products that do not use or deploy critical components including SOCs produced by NDAA banned component vendors.
Anviz products are recommended for enterprises and critical applications where compliance is essential, such as government, defense, campuses, retails and a range of commercial applications subject to the NDAA.
Anviz NDAA Compliance Product List will be regularly updated on the Anviz website.
Anviz NDAA Compliance Product List
|AI IR Mini Dome Network Camera||Anviz iCam-D25|
|AI IR Dome Network Camera||Anviz iCam-D48|
|AI IR Mini Bullet Network Camera||Anviz iCam-B25W|
|AI IR Motorized Bullet Network Camera||Anviz iCam-B38Z|
|AI 360° Mini Panoramic Fisheye Network Camera||Anviz iCam-D28F|
|AI 360° Panoramic Fisheye Network Camera||Anviz iCam-D48F|