The DHL Alliance announced today that it has signed a partnership with Huawei to provide cybersecurity certification for the use of their IoT products.
The partnership will include the development and deployment of cybersecurity measures for IoT products, such as smart home security, lighting control, and power and temperature control.
DHL will provide the certification for its products that have been certified by Huawei and other suppliers to ensure the safety of its customers and supply chains.
The alliance also will collaborate with Huawei on its IoT product certification program, which aims to ensure compliance with the requirements of the European Union’s Consumer Electronics Safety Regulations.
“DHL’s commitment to IoT security comes at a critical time for the industry and for the environment,” said DHL’s Chief Technology Officer, Jan-Peter Schulz, in a statement.
“We are thrilled to work with Huawei, one of the world’s leading cybersecurity companies, to develop and deploy security measures that will help to protect the IoT from cyber-attacks and to promote the development of new standards for IoT devices.
The cybersecurity certification program will help DHL ensure that its customers have the best cybersecurity protections. “
In the future, we expect to work closely with Huawei and the other major vendors to develop IoT security standards that are compatible with the standards of the E.U.,” he added.
The cybersecurity certification program will help DHL ensure that its customers have the best cybersecurity protections.
The initiative will enable consumers to easily access and use the latest IoT security features that will enhance their lives.
The announcement comes as DHL has been under fire for its handling of the sale of its IoT products to Huawei, which it acquired in 2016.
Earlier this month, DHL CEO Peter Claure said the company would be launching a series of “digital safety initiatives” to improve the security of its products, and he promised that more than 500 security products would be included in the next version of its cybersecurity policy.