March Networks, an Ontario-based video and data integrator, has achieved CyberSecure Canada certification, developed by the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, Canada’s authority on cybersecurity.
Certified organizations must put into place the requirements of the 13 security control areas developed by the Centre. Examples include developing an incident response plan, implementing strong user authentication, providing employee training, implementing data recovery methods, and ensuring encryption across all data. After implementing the requirements, an organization must be audited by an accredited certification body.
“March Networks’ solutions are deployed by some of the world’s largest banks, retailers, and transit agencies, organizations with the most demanding cybersecurity requirements,” said Net Payne, chief sales & marketing officer. “Our complete end-to-end approach to cybersecurity – covering our people, products and processes – enables us to continually meet these rigorous standards year after year. Achievement of this certification is further evidence of our commitment to cybersecurity and data protection.”
March Networks’ holistic approach to cybersecurity ranges from product development and source code management, to operational processes such as securing corporate technology infrastructure. It also includes internal processes incorporating security controls, employee education, and the protection of customers’ data and privacy. The company is proactive in identifying potential vulnerabilities in its products. Its Security Updates and Advisories program involves regularly tracking US-CERT reports on identified vulnerabilities, conducting in-depth investigations when required, and alerting customers and partners to any necessary software updates via email alerts and information posted on the March Networks website and Partner Portal.
For more information, visit marchnetworks.com.