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Bosch Cameras Achieve Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 2900-2-3 Level 2 Cybersecurity Certification

Matt Golueke November 30, 2022 21:11 PM

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As a result of Bosch's sustained cybersecurity efforts, their cameras have achieved Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 2900-2-3 Level 2 cybersecurity certification. This certification confirms that Bosch performs the necessary penetration testing and internal practices to address cybersecurity. So, you can trust Bosch solutions to perform and last. 

As more video security cameras get connected to the Internet of Things (IoT), the role of video security is changing. Cameras are no longer part of a “closed” system, solely focused on gathering, recording, and viewing images. They are transitioning into intelligent sensors that collect significantly more data than video security images alone. The surge in data collection also increases the risk of cybercriminals looking to steal sensitive data.


Every Bosch IP camera has a built-in Secure Element with Trusted Platform Module (TPM) functionality. The hardware securely stores all certificates and cryptographic keys needed for authentication and encryption. Depending on the camera model, the Secure Element supports RSA encryption key lengths of up to 4096 bits, ensuring data remains safe beyond 2030. All cameras offer extensive user management capabilities to ensure only authorized users have access to camera data. They support a Public Key Infrastructure set-up and provide software sealing to detect any change in the cameras' configuration settings. Other data security measures built-in at the edge by design are listed below. 

  • Secured connections (HTTPS) supported 
  • Password enforcement at setup 
  • Unsecure ports disabled by default 
  • Unsecure remote communication disabled by default 
  • Protection against execution of untrusted and malicious code 
  • Firmware updates only possible via Bosch signed firmware files 
  • Embedded Login Firewall improves robustness against Denial of Service (DoS) attacks 
  • Supported by Bosch remote device management via the cloud for “over-the-air" firmware updates ensuring the system meets the highest reliability standards






In this video, Bosch's David Brent discusses the state of cyber threats in 2022 to the security industry, how Bosch is handling the evolving threats, and what you and your IT department can do with your system to mitigate risks to your organization's safety and security.  Watch here >>


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