Cyclops, the cloud-based video analytics platform developed by Dayta AI, has recently been awarded the ISO/IEC 27001 certification for its Information Security Management System (ISMS), demonstrating the company’s unwavering commitment to data privacy and security.
Dayta AI’s proprietary solution, Cyclops, enables brick-and-mortar retailers to optimise their sales, traffic and operations under the aegis of Computer Vision and Business Intelligence. Serving clients globally, ranging from leading retailers and shopping malls to restaurants, Cyclops processes over 10 hours’ worth of camera footage every minute.
Data security is one of the common concerns of stakeholders when they digitally transform their business or consider adopting Artificial Intelligence or technology solutions in general. Given the substantial volume of data stored in Cyclops' database, the Dayta AI team places great emphasis on having the ISO/IEC 27001 certification.
Testifying Our Commitment to Data Security
ISO/IEC 27001 is an internationally recognised standard that demands a comprehensive set of security controls for information security management. Achieving the ISO/IEC 27001 certification underlines Dayta AI’s dedication to data privacy and security - as the certification requires more than just attending the office audit, but the team’s day-to-day best practices to maintain information security, which includes but is not limited to encrypting all information and communications, constant monitoring and mitigating potential attacks with various tools, as well as regularly testing for potential vulnerabilities.
“Our success in achieving ISO/IEC 27001 certification is a testament to the commitment and hard work of our dedicated team,” says Patrick Tu, CEO of Dayta AI. “We want our clients to know that their data is in good hands with us.”
Going Beyond ISO/IEC 27001 Certification
Dayta AI’s commitment to data protection extends beyond ISO certification. While the ISO/IEC 27001 framework treats personal data as valuable security assets, Cyclops also adhere to the requirements outlined in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the EU and The Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (PDPO) in Hong Kong, which dictate constraints regarding data storage, retention periods, collection, and access.
"We are dedicated to ensuring that our technology complies with data protection standards in various jurisdictions," says Eugene Ho, CTO of Dayta AI. "Since the early development stages, our core technologies focus on utilising only anonymous body attributes and features for demographic analysis - we do not attempt to use any customer identities or contain any personally identifiable data.”
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