BEIJING -- Huawei unveiled its Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Big Data Security Solution at Huawei Network Congress (HNC) 2015. The solution protects the core information assets of enterprises from APT attacks by providing fully-connected network protection covering cloud, pipe, and devices. The solution leverages Huawei’s FireHunter series of security sandbox products, Cybersecurity Intelligent System (CIS), and the USG6000V series of software firewall products. Huawei also announced plans to form a Cloud Clean Alliance (CCA) to provide real-time cleaning services for denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks worldwide and protect bandwidth availability of links and continuity of data center services.
“While the development of Internet of Things (IoT) makes life more convenient, it also amplifies network security threats,” said Mr. Liu Lizhu, General Manager of the Network Security, Switch and Enterprise Communications Product Line, Huawei. “Due to the lack of authentication and transmission encryption practices, 70% of IoT devices suffer from security vulnerability. This has the potential to result in security issues spreading to every corner of our lives. However, the deployment of IoT greatly increases the number of security attack targets, making IoT devices the springboard of APT attacks and target for botnet attacks.”
Against this backdrop, Huawei demonstrates its commitment to providing protection against APT and DDoS attacks with the release of the APT Big Data Security Solution, enabling the precise detection and prevention of APT attacks.