Build an Open, Collaborative & Mutually Beneficial Security Service Ecosystem

2017/02/10 • Security • Views: 105

Huawei is committed to developing an open, collaborative, and mutually beneficial security service ecosystem. Alongside partners from throughout the industry, it aims to provide customers with optimal security solutions and services.

1. Threat Intelligence:

Huawei Security is coordinating extensively with its threat intelligence cooperation partners. Through methods such as information exchange, it is able to obtain the latest information about threats, as well as access and contribute to an up-to-date knowledge base and security reputation library. This helps to ensure that all Huawei products and solutions are able to detect threats even when they occur for the first time.

2. Data Security:

Huawei’s Big Data security analysis platform CIS, through open cooperation with vendors such as Intel Security and SIEM, collects security event and network behavior data in real time. Through Big Data correlation analysis, precise identification of high-level threats such as APTs and 0-day attacks is possible. Thanks to collaborative efforts with industry partners, malicious behaviors and files can be blocked and cleared immediately.

3. Management and O&M:

Huawei has, through cooperation with leading security policy management vendors such as Firemon and Algosec, developed a firewall policy management joint solution for its NGFW series. The solution enables security administrators to comprehensively analyze and manage firewall policies, helping them to optimize security policies, thereby improving O&M efficiency and reducing O&M costs.

Huawei Security has extensively cooperated with vendor partners, such as SIEM and SOC, to realize a manageable, operable, and visualized security control solution that can meet customers’ security O&M and management requirements.

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4. Application Security:

Huawei Security is cooperating with vendors, such as DBAPP Security and PLDSEC, to provide user-oriented application-layer security solutions and products in the WAF and UMA fields.

5. Mobile Office Security:

Huawei Security’s AnyOffice mobile office solution is a one-stop solution for mobile enterprises, made possible by the Huawei BYOD alliance and by cooperation with mobile office industry terminal vendors. Already, 220 development partners have got involved, from industries such as finance and government, implementing multiple joint solutions and replicating successes on a large scale. The annual Huawei BYOD Alliance Conference and Developer Training and Development Contest are helping to guide and propel forwards the Chinese enterprise-level HTML5 development alliance and the development of related standards.

6. Cloud Security Services:

Huawei Security, together with China Telecom and QSSEC, formed the Cloud Mitigation Alliance (CMA) to create a DDoS cloud mitigation industry collaboration platform, to develop technical standards for cloud security services, and to foster cooperation between different enterprises and between enterprises and industries – building a complete cloud security service ecosystem.

Huawei Security truly values its partnerships and the various forms of cooperation that it plays a part in. As Huawei’s rotating CEO Eric Xu once said, Huawei wants to build an Amazon-like open cloud ecosystem. Huawei’s security services stay true to this mission. With an interest in any partnership that promotes security industry development, technological progress, or value for customers, Huawei embraces the spirit of openness, cooperation, and mutual benefits. Leveraging both its own advantages and those of its partners, Huawei will build an Amazon-like vibrant open ecosystem.

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