A secure digital ecosystem
ICT products are the result of a global supply chain. A single piece of equipment typically includes components sourced from all over the world. To deal with threats effectively, we need global standards and internationally agreed processes and best practices.
Our end-to-end cyber security assurance system covers all 11 process areas
Huawei has made an unwavering commitment to work with partners in Europe and elsewhere to create a safe and transparent cyber environment. Our approach is that cyber security needs to be built into every single aspect of a company, from strategy and processes to human resources and delivery.
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Huawei has an excellent track record in cyber security around the world.
The safety and integrity of our solutions are proven in 170 countries
Huawei: AI and Data Protection Challenges and Responses with Data Regulators
Huawei calls for shared responsibility to enable a more reliable use of Artificial Intelligence.
Huawei categorically rejects repeat of US allegations
Made by US official at European Cybersecurity Forum in Katowice
Huawei answers on Cybersecurity
Five questions from Laurens Cerulus of Politico ahead of the European Parliament debate on 16 October 2019
Europe and Huawei can lead the 4th industrial revolution, Huawei EU chief rep tells MEPs
Debate in the European Parliament focuses on Huawei’s leading role in 5G security
Europe and Huawei can lead the fourth industrial revolution
Connectivity is no longer a luxury, but a fundamental right, writes Abraham Liu
Let's do it together
Huawei seeks to allay EU concerns with appeal for 5G partnership
A trusted partnership for Europe’s connected future
Speech by Abraham Liu, Huawei Chief Representative to the EU Institutions and Vice-President European Region, delivered during the Public Debate in the European Parliament
Germany will not bar Huawei from its 5G networks
Germany will not exclude Chinese tech giant Huawei from its 5G mobile networks, saying it wants to create "a level playing field" for vendors.