Huawei International has received Int’l Data Protection Trustmark Certification (DPTM). The recognition came from Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) to Huawei’s subsidiary in the country.
Huawei received recognition for its data protection regimes. The prestigious award honors businesses that fully comply with Singapore’s Data Protection Act. To date, only 80+ companies have earned the prestigious certification and Huawei has entered that exclusive list.
For years, Huawei has boasted a strong devotion to its customer privacy protection. Earning the DPTM certification complements Huawei’s own “soundness and accountability of Huawei’s data protection practices related to data collection, use, and disclosure.”
Foo Fang Yong, CEO of Huawei International, explained why this certification is particularly important to the company. He said, “Personal data protection is not simply a legal requirement, it is a social responsibility. This certification underscores our commitment to privacy protection. Our consumers, customers, suppliers, partners, employees, and other relevant stakeholders can rest assured that their personal data is well protected. We are vigilant and have always adhered to all privacy and personal data protection laws and regulations in every jurisdiction in which we operate. We have incorporated privacy protection requirements into all our day-to-day business processes.”
For the past two decades, Huawei has worked closely with local telecom companies in Singapore. This has helped the company build world-class network infrastructure, and support Singapore’s digitalization. Likewise, the Chinese tech giant has also introduced many smart devices to local consumers.
These days, new technologies like cloud computing and big data are maturing. Soon they will integrate into the communication infrastructure serving as a challenge for tech companies. For this, Huawei is ramping up its capacity to provide resilient, durable, and secure cloud services to local businesses.
Besides, Huawei has also started regional Asia Pacific headquarters in Singapore for enterprise and cloud business. This, the company expects, will help local businesses go digital and global.
Significantly, the tech giant also wants to combat climate change and for it. For this, Huawei is leveraging digital power technologies and joined hands with local collaborators to support Singapore’s green Plan 2030.
Besides, Huawei receiving Int’l Data Trustmark Certification, it has also joined hands with the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA). It makes Huawei one of the SG Cyber Safe Partnership Program’s advocate partners in Singapore.
With this program, Huawei works with the CSA and helps enterprises and organizations in Singapore to boost their cybersecurity protections and awareness.
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