A1QA, an independent software QA and testing provider, has finished testing the Axxon Next video management system and its proprietary AxxonNet cloud service for security susceptibilities. The tests have shown no critical or blocking vulnerabilities.
According to research by Kaspersky Lab, in 2017, nearly one-third of private and corporate users were subject to cyber attacks. In response to the growing intensity and scope of cyber threats, AxxonSoft places its software's security among its top priorities.
A1QA is among the world's top 20 software QA and testing services. The company's client list includes major international companies such as Acronis, Kaspersky Lab, Turkcell and SAP. A1QA's experts performed a security assessment of the Axxon Next VMS 4.1 server and client, and the AxxonNet cloud service. Axxon Next 4.2 software was also tested against brute force attacks.
The assessment discovered no critical or blocking vulnerabilities in Axxon Next and AxxonNet software.
AxxonSoft is strategically oriented to minimize user risks and proactively prevent new cyber threats. Such assessments ensure the security of our users and their data on each of AxxonSoft's platforms. They also help introduce new cyber security functions and updates into our products.