According to official sources from Huawei, Huawei has established the world's largest cyber security transparency center in China. On June 9, Huawei's largest cyber security transparency center was officially opened in Dongguan, China.
Huawei has launched the Global Network Security and Privacy Protection Transparency Center, relying on the governance and technical strength of the headquarters to provide stakeholders with three functions: "display and experience", "communication and innovation", and "security verification service". The center is open to global stakeholders such as customers and third-party testing organizations.
Hu Houkun, Huawei’s rotating chairman, said: “Huawei calls on all parties to actively cooperate in professional areas such as governance structure, standards and technology, and verification, share successful practices, and improve overall capabilities, so as to enhance the trust and confidence of government regulators and the entire society in cyber security. , To seek a solution for the development and security of the digital age."
On the same day, Huawei also released the "Huawei Product Security Baseline" white paper, which announced the product security requirements baseline framework and management practices to the industry for the first time. Yang Xiaoning, director of Huawei’s Global Cyber Security and User Privacy Protection Office, said that this is the first time that Huawei has expanded its security baseline framework from core suppliers to the entire industry. Huawei invites all parties to jointly communicate and cooperate on cyber security requirements baselines, and continue to improve them. And improve the product safety capabilities of the entire industry.