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Security and Trustworthiness

Taking responsibility to build trust
Aligned with UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):
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In a fully connected, intelligent world, the security and trustworthiness of cyberspace is critical to securing people's livelihoods and protecting the vital public and economic functions of any society. Cyber security and privacy protection are becoming inherent requirements and basic core capabilities of our digital world. All stakeholders, including governments, industry and standards organizations, enterprises, and technology suppliers have a shared responsibility to confront this challenge. We rely on ICT to make people's lives easier and must protect their security and privacy in cyberspace. We must also ensure people have access to stable ICT services anytime and anywhere, especially during major emergencies such as natural disasters, epidemics, and conflicts.


suppliers' cyber security risks were assessed, tracked, and managed


suppliers signed data processing agreements with Huawei


cyber security and privacy protection transparency centers opened


major incidents where Huawei supported network stability


Huawei is committed to developing secure and trustworthy digital products and services and has continuously optimized its end-to-end assurance system, making sure that each domain is constantly refined to stay up-to-date with advancements in cyber security and privacy protection.
Huawei has maintained ongoing communication and cooperation with stakeholders in an open, transparent, and responsible manner. Together, we have worked to jointly address cyber security and privacy protection challenges.