CoolKit Joins CVE Program, Becomes a CNA

CoolKit Joins CVE Program, Becomes a CNA

CoolKit announced today that it has officially joined the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) Program and become a CVE Numbering Authority (CNA) for its own products, including the IoT smart home platform eWeLink. This milestone progress will further reinforce CoolKit’s commitment and capabilities in cybersecurity.


As a leading company dedicated to IoT smart home products and services, CoolKit recognizes the paramount importance of cybersecurity in delivering a trusted user experience. Joining the CVE Program and becoming a CNA means CoolKit will be authorized to assign CVE Identifiers (CVE IDs) to vulnerabilities discovered on its eWeLink platform, streamlining the disclosure process.


The CVE Program is a globally recognized cybersecurity vulnerability standardization effort. Vulnerabilities with assigned CVE IDs are widely shared among the security community, enabling faster response and remediation. This new partnership will facilitate CoolKit’s collaboration with global security experts and researchers to promptly identify, disclose, and remediate potential vulnerabilities.


“Cybersecurity is a core commitment to our products and services,” said the Product Security Lead at CoolKit. “By joining the CVE Program as a CNA, we will further enhance our efficiency in discovering and disclosing security vulnerabilities, safeguarding the interests of our users and collaborating with partners and the industry to tackle cybersecurity challenges.”


With this new  designation, CoolKit will collaborate closely with more cybersecurity companies, research institutes, and individual security researchers, jointly striving to create a more secure smart home experience for users.

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