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Huawei Joins Intel Security Innovation Alliance To Defend Customers Against Security Threats

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Huawei Joins Intel Security Innovation Alliance To Defend Customers Against Security Threats

2016/11/4 0:00:00 Author: Source:

[Beijing, China, November 4, 2016] Huawei today announced they have joined the Intel Security Innovation Alliance, the premiere Intel Security technology partnering program. As the first Intel Security Innovation Alliance partner in the China market, Huawei plans to collaborate with Intel Security to provide joint solutions that defend against advanced persistent threats (APT) around the world, helping customers find and remove advanced malicious threats, and keep business continuity.  

With more than 120 partners globally, the Intel Security Innovation Alliance accelerates the development of interoperable security products and simplifies the integration of these products within complex customer environments. Huawei plans to collaborate with Intel Security to integrate technologies in multiple areas. One possible use case example is the integration of Huawei Big Data intelligence security technology with Intel Security leading endpoint technology, to create joint solutions that can detect and protect against APTs.  

APTs are characterized as attacks taking place over long duration and multiple phases. Huawei’s Big Data intelligence security solution can detect and block APTs when they penetrate, command and control external connection, spread internally and distribute files at the network level. Intel Security’s Dynamic Endpoint Security solution can detect the injection and spread of malware, and find out both the originally infected client and all infected clients. The combination of these two solutions will provide organizations with peer-to-peer APT detection and defense tools across the entire attack chain, and help them expedite the average response time from detection to correction, from several days to minutes, greatly improving the effectiveness of defenses guarding against APTs.  

Huawei Security conducts business across many fields, including network security, cloud security, application security, security management and security service. Huawei also has an independent security capacity center, and a variety of security products on the market, including low, medium and high-end next-generation firewalls, intrusion detection and defense systems, DDoS defense systems, virtual integrated business gateways, APT defense systems, Big Data intelligence security analysis systems, enterprise mobility security and solutions for traditional threats and unknown threats.  

Huawei’s security strategy is to build a secure, fully-connected network and an open ecosystem to provide users with end-to-end products and solutions.  

“In today’s security landscape, collaboration and innovation are more important than ever,” said D.J. Long, Head of Intel Security Innovation Alliance. “We believe that the collaboration between Intel Security and Huawei through the Intel Security Innovation Alliance will help customers expedite the threat defense lifecycle and create more secure environments.” 

Liu Lizhu, General Manager of Security Gateway Domain, Switch and Enterprise Gateway Product Line of Huawei, said, “The fast development of cloud-based business, IoT and other technologies means that security protection has become far more complicated. Huawei is very pleased to join the Intel Security Innovation Alliance for win-win collaboration to help customers address the security challenges of detecting and responding against unknown threats and attacks.”