[ZDNet] Huawei reveals ‘cybersecurity framework’ with launch of China transparency centre

Chinese tech giant kicks into PR overdrive, pledging its commitment to cybersecurity with the opening of its latest transparency centre in Dongguan, adding to similar sites in Belgium and the UK, and release of a security baseline framework that it adopts for its products.

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