Huawei Intros HiSec Network Security Platform
Huawei has released the network security platform HiSec at its Huawei Connect conference in Shanghai. Based on the Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover (IPDRR) architecture, HiSec provides public-security capabilities for a range of applications, from the IoT to private clouds and 5G services. The platform targets both telecom operators and enterprise networks.
The company said the system offers comprehensive protection, using the network resilience concept to ensure the continuity of core services. Huawei believes the security defense system should be gradually transformed into proactive defense, and HiSec takes the lead in applying comprehensive security detection and protection for ICT infrastructure clouds, pipes and devices.
HiSec also provides AI-based UEBA user profile and attack chain identification, key threat detection and analysis capabilities. For example, it can support PB-level data storage and analysis based on search engines and HDFS). The system implements intelligent identification of unknown threats, visualizes security policy orchestration and automates security policy generation and execution, providing flexible and codeless app interconnection to shorten the threat response time.
In addition, HiSec provides real-time and accurate situation awareness of network-wide assets and a quantitative security risk assessment and warning, to help improve security management and O&M efficiency. – Telecom Paper
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