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Huawei Releases 2016 Cyber ​​Security White Paper

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Focus on ICT Industry Global Supply Chain Security
Huawei yesterday released the 2016 Cyber ​​Security White Paper “Global Cyber ​​Security Challenges - Addressing Supply Chain Risks, Right Time” to illustrate the ongoing efforts of the global information and communications technology (ICT) industry to address supply chain security challenges. Excellent practice and standards. The white paper also discussed how to ensure the safety of global supply chains, shared the excellent practices of supply chain experts, standards organizations and Huawei, and called on all parties to increase cooperation to address this common challenge.
The development of the Internet helps promote social progress. The opening of the Internet facilitates the flow and sharing of information, bringing more opportunities for innovation, reducing innovation costs, and promoting the health, prosperity and prosperity of the world. The cyberspace has gradually become the "nervous system" of social operations. A stable and secure global supply chain will help promote the continued vigorous development of the ICT industry and help make use of cyberspace to achieve economic transformation and change people’s lives. Supply chain security is not just about ensuring that products and services are delivered as needed, but also as a method of product lifecycle management that reduces the risk that a product will be maliciously tampered with, counterfeited, or contain counterfeit parts and be used maliciously.
This white paper shares Huawei's practices. Huawei integrates supply chain security management into its end-to-end global network security assurance system and establishes a comprehensive supply chain security management system in accordance with ISO 28000. It never expects to identify and minimize security risks in the end-to-end processes delivered by customers. Change. Huawei selects and certifies suppliers based on suppliers' systems, processes, and products, and continuously monitors and periodically evaluates suppliers' delivery performance, and selects suppliers that contribute to the quality and safety of Huawei's purchased products and services. Huawei has established a full-process visual traceability system. For third-party parts, it checks the integrity of its incoming, production, and delivery processes and records its performance.
Hu Qiang, vice chairman of Huawei's Board of Directors and chairman of the Global Cyber ​​Security and User Privacy Protection Committee, said in the foreword to the white paper: “Although there are still no simple answers or solutions that can address cyber security challenges, it is becoming increasingly apparent that To make significant progress in reducing cybersecurity risks requires the international community and organizations to take some actions, including agreement on principles, laws, standards, best practices, codes of conduct and agreements, and to gain trust and continue to strengthen these Trust. Huawei promises to support this effort."
Secretary of the Commonwealth Telecom Organization Secretary-General SHOLA Taylor stated: "For all organizations, network security and data protection are both an increasing challenge. Huawei's work in improving supply chain security should be commended. Huawei's work An important part of this is defining standards to help others minimize supply chain risk in an open and collaborative manner. The Commonwealth Telecom Group appreciates Huawei's efforts in this area."
Steve Nunn, chairman and CEO of The Open Group, said: "The establishment of an international unified standard similar to O-TTPS (Open Trusted Technology Vendor Standard, which has recently passed ISO approval as an ISO/IEC 20243 standard) and related certifications The project helps to reduce the risk of counterfeit products. Huawei issued this white paper explaining that throughout the product life cycle, we must establish and comply with unified best practices to deal with network and supply chain security threats. important."
Bruce McConnell, vice president of the East-West Research Institute, said: "This practice guide focuses on supply chain risk, which is precisely the area under the network security management has been underestimated. Huawei based on its extensive experience and reference to international standards and the best Practice, providing very important opinions in the white paper."
Andy Purdy, Huawei’s US cybersecurity official and author of the white paper, said: “Supply chain risk is a key element of the growing cybersecurity risk. An organization must understand and manage supply chain risk in order to succeed. This is not just just Ensuring the timely delivery of products and services also includes ensuring that the risks are minimized throughout the product's life cycle.We should raise our awareness of supply chain risks based on existing work results and work together to take action to better respond to these risk."
From 2012 to 2014, Huawei has continuously released three white papers on network security, sharing Huawei’s insights on network security, Huawei’s end-to-end network security assurance system, and on the consideration of establishing an end-to-end network security system. Technical providers consider what aspects of the proposal.
You can visit the following link to obtain the 2016 Huawei Web Security White PaperGlobal Cyber ​​Security Challenge - Addressing Supply Chain Risk.
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