Huawei has set up a network security transparency center in Europe. You can see the source code.

 Huawei has set up a network security transparency center in Europe. You can see the source code.

On March 5, local time, Huawei Network Security Transparency Center opened in Brussels, Belgium. The source code of Huaweis Shenzhen headquarters can be seen in Brussels, which is a measure to build trust among governments and people from all European countries. In order to eliminate usersdistrust, visitors can have direct access to Huaweis source code.

Trust needs to be based on facts. Facts must be verifiable, and verification must be based on common standards. We believe that this is an effective model for building security trust in the future digital era. Hu Houkun, vice chairman of Huawei, said, I believe that the correct way to solve the problem of network security should begin with mutual understanding, which is also the purpose of establishing a security and transparency center here today.

According to reports, Brussels is the seat of the main administrative body of the European Union, and the center mainly performs three functions. First, show and experience: show Huaweis end-to-end network security practices from strategy, supply chain, R&D to products and solutions, including 5G (fifth generation mobile communication technology), Internet of Things, cloud and other Huawei products and solutions. Second, communication and innovation; third, security certification services.

In order to achieve transparency, Huawei Network Security Transparency Center is open to customers and independent third-party testing institutions, and carries out objective, fair and independent security testing and verification of Huawei products in accordance with the common network security standards of the industry. The security center configures a proprietary testing environment and provides Huawei products and software versions, technical documentation, testing tools, testing environment and necessary technical support to customers and third-party organizations.

According to reports, there have been authoritative third-party organizations from the United Kingdom, the United States and Germany come to inspect, and check the source code of Huawei headquarters in Shenzhen, the security of the test code.

Huawei said it welcomed all regulators, standards organizations and Huawei customers to make full use of the platform, cooperate more closely in the areas of safety standards, verification systems and security technology innovation, work together to improve the safety of the entire industry value chain and promote the establishment of certification-based trust.

An open and prosperous digital Europe needs an open and up-to-date network security environment. Europe has introduced the worlds leading, open and transparent GDP R data and privacy standards. We believe that European regulators are equally capable of leading the way in cybersecurity standards and regulatory mechanisms. Huawei is committed to working closely with all stakeholders, including regulators, operators and standards organizations, to promote the establishment of a trust system based on objective facts and verification. Hu Houkun thinks.

Peter Kouroumbashev, a member of the European Parliament, said: Under the new authority, the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) will acquire new technological capabilities, which is an excellent opportunity to promote the establishment of a globally applicable 5G network security certification standard. In addition, in order to avoid non-uniform certification standards within the EU, we need to implement privacy protection measures for ICT products and services in Europe by design rather than by country.

Source: Beijing Headline Responsible Editor: Ji Guojie_NBJ11143