Taiwan Review 報導中華資安國際
Long-standing emphasis on high-tech development means Taiwan is well prepared to meet increased demand for information security. Jeff Hung (洪進福), general manager of Taipei-based CHT Security Co., sees the situation as a golden opportunity for homegrown companies to expand their target markets by going global. Established in 2018, the company is a subsidiary of Chunghwa Telecom Co., Taiwan’s largest telecommunications service provider. It offers security risk assessment and management as well as digital forensics for consumers, enterprises and government agencies, with its next-generation defense technologies receiving a U.S.-based Infosec Excellence Award and U.K.-based Infosec Quality Award.
Given the rapidly changing threat landscape, cybersecurity solutions providers like CHT Security must continuously evolve to keep apace. “The inclusion of cybersecurity in the six core strategic industries is a huge boon to those in the business,” Hung said. “The policy brings expanded government assistance with experimentation facilities, finance, talent cultivation, technology and regulatory frameworks.”
According to CHT Security's Hung, public-private and cross-sector partnerships are also playing a crucial role in delivering results and meeting the policy’s objectives. “For our part, we’re ready to team up with other ICT companies to bring secure products utilizing entirely homegrown hardware and software components to the international market,” he said. “Through collaboration and strong government support, Taiwan is set to become a worldwide leader in cybersecurity.”
(Photo by Chin Hung-hao, Design by Lin Hsin-chieh)
Source: Taiwan Review