DJI Passes Critical Data Security Compliance in the US and Canada

by | Nov 30, 2022 | PetaPixel

Cross-posted from [by Jaron Schneider]

DJI has passed the Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP), a critical security benchmark that was jointly established by the United States Department of Commerce and the Canadian Center for Cyber Security.

The drone and robotics company says that its DJI Core Crypto Engine has passed the CMVP and been granted Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 validation by the U.S. and Canadian Governments. This standard, which is globally recognized, ensures that the hardware validated meets specific security requirements, DJI explains.

DJI says that from this point on, all DJI drones containing the DJI Core Crypto Engine ensure that whether flown for leisure or operated for business, its customers are “treated to trusted, authoritative, and globally recognized security standards.” The company says that this is particularly key for its customers in enterprise and the government, both of which require the specification.

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