Huawei contends that while the Internet has made services such as telemedicine, social media and online banking both ubiquitous and affordable, stakeholders within the ICT sector – public and private alike – will require stronger risk-based approaches, best practices and international
cooperation to address the challenge of cyber security.
The author takes the position that technology should no longer be designed, developed and deployed only in one country; that no country or large company can claim to rely on a single sourcing model; and that no longer is it possible with today’s complex technology ecosystem and architecture that we can stop all threats from all threat actors.
This white paper favors and supports international collaboration, openness and verifiable trust as the foundation for a world where technology can continue to drive economic and social improvement.
It also discusses how Huawei as an organization has itself embraced a “Built-in” rather than “Bolted-on” approach to cyber security, founded on a set of principles that can provide a framework for coordination on global action; driving progress on an aligned set of strategic priorities and time-based milestones.
This Huawei white paper includes:
• Executive Summary
• Communications and our 21st Century Society
• The Huawei Approach
• Managing the Global Security Conundrum – it’s about collaboration
• Going forward – together
• About Huawei
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