The National Cybersecurity Agency signs a memorandum of understanding with Huawei


National Cybersecurity Agency signs MoU to collaborate with Huawei, accelerating Thailand’s cybersecurity through skills development of Thai personnel

A signing ceremony for a memorandum of understanding on cybersecurity cooperation between the National Cybersecurity Agency led by General Prachya Chalermwat, Secretary General of NCSA (3rd from left); and Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. led by Mr. Abel Deng, CEO (5th left). The event was honorably attended by Mr. Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn, Minister of Digital Economy and Society (4th from left); Ms. Ajarin Pattanapanchai, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (2nd from left); Avm. Amorn Chomchoey, NCSA Deputy General Secretary (far left); Mr. Jack Li, Board Member (6th from left) and Mr. Surachai Chatchalermpun, Country Cybersecurity and Privacy Manager, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (far right)

The Ministry of Digital Economy and the National Cybersecurity Agency have jointly signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Cybersecurity Cooperation with Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd., the world’s leading ICT infrastructure provider and IT solutions, with the aim of increasing the cybersecurity skills of Thai IT personnel by promoting Huawei’s E-Lab e-learning platform, organizing competition projects and Huawei training courses.

Mr. Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn, Minister of Digital Economy and Society (MDES), spoke about the current situation of cybersecurity in Thailand and the cooperation with Huawei: “As data breaches and cyberattacks become more sophisticated and frequent, gaps in knowledge and cyberskills have a more acute impact organizations than ever before. That’s why MDES is working with Huawei, a leading digital innovator, to address this challenge by sharing their cybersecurity knowledge and best practices across industries to improve overall digital capabilities. and to offer better educational resources. This collaboration will further encourage public and private organizations to adopt and implement key principles, with the objective of laying a strong talent base for Thailand, helping to lead Thailand towards a safe and secure digital future.”

General Prachya Chalermwat, Secretary General of the National Cybersecurity Agency

General Prachya Chalermwat, Secretary General of the National Cybersecurity Agency, said of this cooperation: “A public-private partnership will be essential to establish collaboration between private, public and governmental entities to establish a cyberspace of global trust in Thailand. We are delighted to sign this MoU between Huawei, as a world-leading enterprise and ICT solutions provider, and the NCSA so that together we can improve our cybersecurity.”

Mr. Abel Deng, CEO, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd

Mr. Abel Deng, CEO, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd., spoke about the cooperation around the signing of the Cybersecurity Memorandum of Understanding: “These efforts have enabled us to sign a Cybersecurity Memorandum of Understanding today, which makes enhanced cybersecurity accessible to the general public. We reaffirm our commitment to raise awareness of security practices and procedures by developing cooperation between Huawei and the NCSA in the field of cybersecurity. Huawei will encourage competition for the best cyber talents and key technology development, covering global trends such as 5G, cloud, mobile and cybersecurity leadership skills, with the aim of engaging in cybersecurity talent development and knowledge sharing.

“Huawei will support cyber training courses through the global platform called Huawei E-Lab, which aims to help increase cyber capabilities by providing security workshop training to empower participants to take action. In addition, under this MoU, Huawei will cooperate with NCSA in establishing and delivering sustainable cybersecurity training for Thailand to cover all four workforce levels. cyber work: basic, intermediate, advanced and expert levels,” he added.

E-Lab is a lab platform for Huawei Learning Service customers. Based on Huawei’s large-scale hardware lab infrastructure and cloud-based technology, E-Lab helps trainees access E-Lab over the network anywhere and anytime to experience learning based on practice, such as operating exercises, network simulations and outages. recurrence. It can help reduce operation training cost and save manpower. Huawei

E-Lab has served over 260 carriers in 170 countries, helping over 1.3 million trainees develop their ICT skills.


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