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Siemens signed the network information security charter with partners

take actions in ten areas to strengthen network information security

call on government agencies to manage full-time and appoint chief information security officers in enterprises

establish independent certification for major infrastructure and IOT solutions

nine partners jointly issued the first network information security charter at the Munich Security Conference

Siemens and the industry at the Munich Security Conference Our eight partners signed the first common charter dedicated to improving network information security. The Charter of trust, initiated by Siemens, calls for the establishment of rules and standards in the field of network information security to build trust and further deepen digital development. In addition to Siemens and Munich Security Conference (MSc), Airbus, Allianz, Daimler group, IBM, NXP, SGS group and Deutsche Telekom also signed the Charter. This initiative was also welcomed by chrystia Freeland, Canadian Foreign Minister and G7 representative, and El bieta BIE, EU Commissioner for internal markets, industry, entrepreneurship and small and medium-sized enterprises ń Kowska witnessed the signing of the Charter

having the confidence to ensure the safety of data and network system is the key factor of digital transformation. Joe KAESER, President and CEO of Siemens AG, said that therefore, we must make the digital world safer and more trustworthy. Now is the time for us to take action, not relying on the strength of one company, but with strong partners who are in a leading position in different markets. We look forward to the participation of more partners to further strengthen this initiative

the Charter proposes ten areas in which governments and enterprises must actively take action in network information security. It calls for the highest level personnel of the government and enterprises to assume the responsibility of network information security, entrust special departments in the government and appoint chief information security officers in the company. It also requires the company to establish compulsory and independent third-party certification for key infrastructure and solutions, especially in dangerous situations, such as autonomous driving or future robots, which will interact directly with humans in the production process. In the future, security and data protection functions will be preset as part of technology, and network security regulations will be incorporated into the free trade agreement. The signatories of the charter also called for greater efforts to promote understanding of network security through training, continuing education and international initiatives

a secure digital network is the key infrastructure supporting global interconnection. Canadian Foreign Minister chrystia Freeland said that Canada welcomes the efforts of these important industry participants to create a safer cyberspace. Network information security is undoubtedly the focus of attention of Canada as the rotating presidency of the group of seven (G7) this year. The Munich Security Conference also regarded this issue as a top priority. When it comes to the rule that ABL under the action of load friction body can also be recycled, how can the government upgrade the testing machine? Development trend of xufa polymer composites: industrialization nbsp; New type nbsp; Functionalization plays a leading role. Wolfgang Ischinger, chairman of the Munich Security Conference, said, however, these enterprises at the forefront of looking forward to and designing the future network space must develop and implement standards. That is why this Charter is so important. We hope to work with our partners to promote this issue and contribute to the determination of its content

according to the threat situation report of the European network and Information Security Agency (enisa), the total losses caused by global network security attacks in 2016 alone exceeded 560billion euros. For some European countries, the loss is equivalent to 1.6% of GDP. In the digital world, the threat of network security is deepening: according to Gartner, 8.4 billion devices were used in 2017, an increase of 31% over 2016. By 2020, this figure is expected to reach 20.4 billion

about Siemens in China:

Siemens AG is a leading technology enterprise in the world, and has been committed to excellent engineering technology, innovation, quality, reliability and international development for 170 years. The company has businesses all over the world, focusing on electrification, automation and digitalization. As one of the world's largest energy-efficient and resource-saving technology suppliers, Siemens is a leader in efficient power generation and transmission solutions, infrastructure solutions, industrial automation, drives and software solutions. The company is also a leading supplier of imaging diagnostic equipment such as computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging systems, as well as laboratory diagnostics and clinical it. Siemens has been in China since 1872. Over the past 145 years, it has provided comprehensive support for China's development with innovative technology, excellent solutions and products. With outstanding quality and reliable reliability, leading technological achievements and unremitting pursuit of innovation, Siemens has become unique in the industry. In fiscal year 2017 (from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017), Siemens' total revenue in China reached 7.2 billion euros, with more than 32000 employees. Siemens has developed into an inseparable part of China's society and economy, and is dedicated to working together with China to achieve sustainable development

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