In the first half of 2018, security camera company Canon faced a major blow when the US Federal Communications Commission ordered the company to stop using its security cameras to spy on customers.
Canon responded by creating a system in which the security cameras would not track the location of the cameras.
But the company’s systems weren’t completely secure, and some of its customers were left wondering how their cameras would be protected.
Now, Canon is trying to address this by adding a new feature that protects the security system from being tracked by other cameras.
This article first appeared on The Register of the American Enterprise Institute.
Read moreAbout the Author: Alex Trombly is a senior security researcher at the Australian National University’s Centre for Cyber Security.