dhl and Huawei are partners on a new partnership program that will allow developers to use IoT-enabled devices and operating systems to develop secure IoT solutions.
The program will launch in the coming months with Huawei providing the certification platform and dhl offering the IoT and Internet of things (IoT) security certification platform.
The partnership comes as the IoT technology continues to expand and is becoming more sophisticated.
For instance, the World Wide Web was built on the Internet and it was the result of a coordinated effort of many participants from academia, government and industry.
The Web has evolved from an initial platform to an entire ecosystem that is today home to over 500 billion websites.
This evolution has led to the emergence of several security technologies including Web-based malware and bots, and sophisticated cyber-attacks.
While IoT-capable devices are becoming increasingly common, the industry is still struggling to address the vulnerabilities that arise from their interactions with the wider environment.
One of the biggest challenges facing the IoT ecosystem is the growing number of IoT devices that can’t be connected to the Internet.
The IoT devices, which include cars, smart-home appliances, smart locks, and smart thermostats, are all connected to each other through wireless networks.
These networks are used to communicate with each other and, over time, their capabilities have evolved from simply connecting the devices to each another to the IoT devices themselves.
The development of secure IoT systems is challenging due to the fact that IoT devices can be used to access and control other devices in the network.
In the case of automobiles, the car is connected to a number of vehicles including a central hub and a number, which are connected to another central hub.
As a result, there are multiple access points that can be compromised and the vehicles could be compromised.
IoT devices are also connected to other devices via Wi-Fi and can be exploited by cybercriminals to control the vehicles or the network, according to IoT security experts.
In the case that the IoT systems are connected via Wi -Fi, there is a lot of redundancy.
For example, the devices in a car may be connected via a different Wi-Frequency network, which may be compromised by hackers.
This means that if the car’s network is compromised, the cars ability to communicate and control could be completely compromised.
In addition to the vulnerabilities inherent in the IoT network, IoT devices also have their own security challenges.
The security model that IoT platforms rely on, known as “peer-to-peer networking,” has been proven to be vulnerable to attacks by the NSA and other countries.
It has also been shown to be extremely vulnerable to cyber-criminals that target IoT devices in their own networks.
According to dhl, the IoT-security certification platform is a new initiative to address these problems.
“We are creating a certification platform that will enable IoT developers to develop security-conscious IoT solutions for the IoT environment,” said Martin Lüttels, senior vice president of IoT solutions at dhl.
“The IoT certification platform will also allow IoT developers with different skillsets to leverage the IoT platform to develop their own solutions for their customers.”
According to Huawei, the certification program is part of its commitment to build an ecosystem of connected devices that helps secure IoT devices and their operating systems.
The Huawei-branded Huawei Honor 8 and Huawei Honor 9 smartphones are the first to be certified with the IoT certification program.
Huawei also offers IoT solutions in the form of IoT-connected routers and other connected devices.
Huawei is also providing IoT solutions that include IoT-powered devices for use in the home, which will be enabled in the future.
In 2016, Huawei unveiled its Honor 8 smartphone, the first smartphone to feature the Huawei Honor OS.
The Honor 8 was launched with a Snapdragon 835 processor and a 5.5-inch display with a 1080p resolution.
Huawei said that it will also include the Honor 8 Pro in the line-up of smartphones in 2018.
Huawei Honor smartphones will be available for purchase in China starting January 10, 2019.