LOUISIANA STATE LAW
Senate Bill 347, Act 695
What It Is • What You Should Know • How We Can Help
Do you know what chipsets are inside of your camera?
If you are a state agency or an educational entity in the state of Louisiana that is planning to install telecommunications or video surveillance equipment, read on about this new senate bill now in effect!
What is Senate Bill 347?
What is defined as "prohibited telecommunications or video surveillance equipment or services?"
Section 889 (a) of the National Defense Authorization Act defines prohibited telecommunications or video surveillance equipment or services as:
–Computers or other equipment containing a component which enables any form of network connectivity or telecommunications regardless of whether the equipment is regularly connected to a network
–Building automation, environmental controls, or facility management/monitoring systems
–Voting machines, peripherals, and election systems
-Any services provided using any equipment identified by Subparagraphs (1) through (4) in this Subssection.
Are Homeland Safety Systems' security camera systems NDAA compliant?
Homeland Safety Systems surveillance solutions do not use components of Huawei Technologies Company, ZTE Corporation, Hytera Communications Corporation, Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Company, or Dahua Technology Company.
Does your institution currently have banned equipment installed?
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