June 22, 2023 | GeraldBecker
At Quanergy, security is a key application of our LiDAR solutions. We focus on physical security, but we recognize the critical need for cybersecurity, too. As cyber-attacks evolve and multiply, we are committed to doing everything we can to ensure a safe and compliant suite of products for our customers around the world.
The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), passed in 2019, banned the selling and installation of the telecommunications and video surveillance services or equipment of several companies (primarily based in China). This law came about in response, in part, to the discovery of serious backdoor vulnerabilities in these companies’ surveillance cameras. It became clear that these issues represented a significant threat to the U.S. government. Parts made by these companies that are included in other products, such as chipsets, were also restricted per section 889 of NDAA.
Quanergy Solutions Inc. is proud to confirm that our entire portfolio is NDAA compliant. Our products use NDAA-compliant chipsets, and we do not have manufacturing relationships (OEM) with the companies banned by NDAA. Additionally, our products do not use any SoC (System on Chip) or other components from the banned companies.
Security is paramount to us across all aspects of our operation, and we endeavor to support our customers requirements in the same way. Quanergy customers can rest assured that they are using products that are secure and free of liability. We offer NDAA Section 889 compliance in addition to our suite of next-generation LiDAR sensors and software.