Huawei and Singapore CSA team up to strengthen cyberspace, cybersecurity for local businesses, Telecom News, ET Telecom

NEW DELHI: Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei has partnered with Singapore’s Cyber ​​Security Agency to help businesses, organizations and businesses across the country strengthen their cybersecurity.

Huawei has joined the CSA SG Cyber ​​Safe Partnership Program as an Advocate Partner.

As an advocate for the program, Huawei will have a closer collaboration with CSA by co-developing programs and conducting awareness campaigns for companies that will complement SG Cyber ​​Safe initiatives, according to an official statement.

Huawei and CSA will also jointly host webinars for local businesses on important cybersecurity topics, such as backing up and protecting corporate data.

In addition, the telecommunications equipment company will also develop informative social media content that will be posted on the company’s Facebook and LinkedIn channels in Singapore.

“Creating a secure cyberspace and a robust digital economy requires collaboration among all actors and stakeholders in the community,” said Foo Fang Yong, CEO of Huawei International.

As part of this collaboration, Huawei is also participating in industry consultations with CSA to provide feedback on CSA’s proposed approach for the SG Cyber ​​Safe Trustmark and Cyberhygiene Mark.

“We look forward to working closely with CSA and playing our role as a responsible and leading technology company that provides businesses with solutions, tools and knowledge to drive cyber wellness,” Yong added. .

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