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Prohibited Technology Pursuant to the National Security on State Devices and Networks Act (SB 2140)

During the 2023 Regular Session, the Mississippi Legislature passed, and the Governor signed into law, Senate Bill 2140, known as the “National Security on State Devices and Networks Act” (“the Act”), which amends Miss. Code Section 25-53-191 and prohibits the download, access, or use of prohibited technologies on state-operated networks. The Act defines “prohibited technology” as “any information technology deemed to pose an unacceptable risk to the security of the United States and/or the State of Mississippi by Mississippi and/or federal law, regulation, or guidance” and directs ITS to maintain a list of such prohibited technologies on its website. In compliance with the Act, see the list below.  Source material available upon request.

Prohibited Software/Applications/Developers

  • Alipay
  • ByteDance Ltd.
  • CamScanner
  • Kaspersky
  • QQ Wallet
  • SHAREit
  • Tencent Holdings Ltd.
  • TikTok
  • VMate
  • WeChat
  • WeChat Pay
  • WPS Office

Any subsidiary or affiliate of an entity listed above.

Prohibited Hardware/Equipment/Manufacturers

  • Dahua Technology Company
  • Huawei Technologies Company
  • Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Company
  • Hytera Communications Corporation
  • SZ DJI Technology Company
  • ZTE Corporation

Any subsidiary or affiliate of an entity listed above. 

This page was last updated on July 1, 2023.