Huawei mobile service and Huawei app gallery plays a critical role in stiffening data and privacy

November 29, 2023

Cybersecurity is a growing concern in today's technology-driven world. While technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, and Quantum Computing have enabled automation and convenience, they have also given rise to cybercrimes such as DDoS attacks, phishing, and ransomware. These attacks are increasingly automated using advanced technologies.

Cybersecurity is a dynamic field, with new threats constantly emerging. There is a global shortage of cybersecurity professionals, and there's a need for greater awareness and training in this area. In an interview with Cyber Security Specialist Asela Waidyalankara, he emphasized the importance of addressing cyber threats and suggested two legislative measures: the Cyber Security Act and the Data Privacy Act, to manage incidents and protect data online.

The security of smart devices, especially smartphones, is crucial due to their extensive use for various activities, including storing personal data. Attackers can extract data from these devices, making privacy and data protection paramount.

Regarding Huawei's ecosystem, Waidyalankara expressed confidence in its security measures. Huawei's HMS (Huawei Mobile Services) ecosystem has numerous compliance certifications, including GDPR, GAPP, Trust E, PCI, EMVCo, CSA STAR, ISO 27001, and secure development certifications. These certifications demonstrate Huawei's commitment to data protection and privacy. Huawei ID is highlighted as a protective feature within the ecosystem.

In summary, cybersecurity is a significant concern given the increasing prevalence of cybercrimes. Legislation and compliance certifications, as well as robust security measures in technology ecosystems like Huawei's HMS, play a crucial role in mitigating these threats.

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