As technology advances, video security is becoming more prevalent in the modern workplace. Business owners and organizations worldwide increasingly utilize video surveillance to help protect their assets and employees. For an organization looking to implement video security, or currently using security cameras, understanding the basic surveillance laws is critical to help protect you and your employees.
When it comes to video surveillance, one of the most common questions businesses have is whether they need to notify employees and customers about their use of security cameras. The answer depends on multiple factors, including where an organization is located, the use case for the cameras, and where the cameras are installed. This article highlights the most common scenarios for businesses and what type of notice is required for each.
Initially introduced in 2020, Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) establishes cybersecurity standards for defense contractors who handle sensitive information. It affects all contractors who perform work for the Department of Defense (DoD) in the United States. In this blog, we’ll look at CMMC, how it pertains to video security cameras, and how you can use video surveillance to strengthen overall security compliance throughout your organization.