Shape the Cloud
August 31 - September 2, 2016
Expo Centre, Shanghai, China
Today there are many flexible ways to access networks. Services no longer are restricted to enterprise network borders. Cloud computing speeds up deployment of services that must be able to change on demand. Open, smart mobile platforms assist in the rapid development of the mobile office and social communications. Relying on years of technology experience and continuous innovation, research, and development, Huawei security provides comprehensive protection for customer networks. Huawei security services include network, endpoint, cloud, and App security, plus security management and services. Huawei security products include high-end, mid-range, and low-end firewalls, intrusion prevention and anti-DDoS systems, virtual unified service gateways, sandboxes, and Big Data security analysis, as well as solutions for known and unknown threats. Among these products, Huawei next-generation firewalls have obtained CC EAL4+ certification, the highest-level certification in the industry, a recommendation from NSS Labs, and IPsec and SSL-TLS dual certification from ICSA Labs. As the ICT revolution continues to spread, Huawei security will provide customers with cloud-based and mobile network-wide security collaboration and proactive threat defenses dedicated to building a secure, connected network and a more open ecosystem.
A growing number of DDoS attacks are causing carriers and enterprises to rethink network security. Despite network counter measures, some DDoS attacks are so big that they cannot be mitigated, and online services are disrupted or fail.
Founded in November 1998, Tencent, Inc. has grown into China's largest and most used Internet service portal. Tencent has been providing value-added Internet, mobile and telecom services, and online advertising under the strategic goal of providing users with "one-stop online lifestyle services". Tencent's leading Internet platforms in China, including social networks, web portals, e-commerce, and multiplayer online games, have profoundly influenced the ways hundreds of millions of Internet users communicate with one another as well as their lifestyles. Tencent's service system covers ten Internet Data Centers (IDCs) in China, with hundreds of millions of users and over 100 million online users. Tencent not only has China's largest Internet community to meet Internet users’ various needs, including communication, information, entertainment, e-commerce, and others, but also maintains rapid and steady growth in various services.
China Everbright Bank (CEB) is headquartered in Beijing. By the end of 2012, CEB serves customers in 60 major cities in 25 provinces, municipalities, and autonomous regions with over 600 branches and banking outlets. CEB is now a nationwide joint-stock commercial bank with profound social influence. CEB wants to transform into a top-rated listed bank, and a secure data center is crucial to that goal.
Portugal’s largest financial services platform provider partners with Huawei for comprehensive security protection against APT and other cyber attacks.
Banking and IT experts discuss the rising rate of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks in the Netherlands, their effect on services, and how Huawei’s Anti-DDoS solutions guard against them
Analyst, Huawei Security
Director of Product Management Huawei Security Service