Huawei is urging the adoption of a global framework for technical and legal verification with the intent of building trust.
While the tech giant is in the middle of a heated debate, it presents its Brussels Cyber Security Transparency Centre that will also work on the definition of global security standards. The Huawei HCSTC currently employs around eight to 10 people.
“We need to work together on unified standards. Based on a common set of standards, technical verification
Huawei HCSTC was built “to offer government agencies, technical experts, industry associations, and standards organizations a platform, where they can communicate and collaborate to balance out security and development in the digital era“.
“That’s why Huawei is opening its Cyber Security Transparency Centre in Brussels. Complementing existing centers in Banbury UK, Bonn, Dubai, Toronto, and Shenzhen, the Brussels Centre provides a platform for
“This approach helps to lay a foundation for the ultimate goal: the creation of unified standards for assessing and certifying the security of network equipment.”
Of course, Huawei HCSTC will also promote security products developed by the company and will allow organizations to use its “dedicated testing environments”.
The EU functionary Ulrik Trolle Smed, who works in the office of EU Security Commissioner Julian King, praised the opening of the
“We believe that European regulators are on track to lead the international community in terms of
Huawei is urging a “collaborative effort” on
“We believe that all stakeholders should get behind this framework. Ultimately, the standards we adopt must be verifiable for all technology providers and all
“At Huawei, we have the ABC principle for security: “Assume nothing. Believe nobody. Check everything,”
The opening of the center is a clear sign of the policy adopted by Chinese firms that could not miss the opportunities offered by the European market. This