HUAWEI CLOUD privacy protection is based on our extensive experience in serving more than 170 countries and regions over the past two decades. Huawei respects and protects privacy, strictly complying with international laws and regulations. We focus on cyber security and privacy, put customer data protection first, and integrate privacy features into every cloud product or service throughout the ecosystem. You can enjoy cloud services without worrying about security.

Key Privacy Features

Key Privacy Features

  • Privacy Protection Principles

    Huawei has developed principles for personal data protection based on the strictest, most extensive privacy protection laws, regulations, and industry standards. All personal data is processed in strict compliance with these principles to protect customer privacy.
  • Privacy Protection Laws and Regulations

    We promise to comply with internationally applicable privacy protection laws and regulations, providing an environment compliant with all relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards.
  • Privacy Protection Concept

    We implement the privacy by design (PbD) throughout the DevOps lifecycle, enabling every cloud service to comply with privacy requirements and providing privacy protection features.
  • Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PET)

    We are committed to developing various PETs to meet your privacy protection requirements, including equivalence class, differential privacy, anti-tracking, blockchain-based private payment, and privacy-preserving computation.

Privacy Certifications

Privacy Certifications

  • ISO 27018

    ISO 27018 is the first international code of conduct that focuses on personal data protection on cloud. This certification indicates that HUAWEI CLOUD has a complete system for the protection of personal data and leads the industry in data security management.
  • ISO 27701:2019

    ISO 27701 specifies requirements and provides guidance for establishing, implementing, maintaining and continually improving a Privacy Information Management System (PIMS) in the form of an extension to 27001 and 27002 for privacy management within the context of the organization.
  • BS 10012:2017

    BS 10012 provides a best practice framework for a personal information management system that is aligned to the principles of the EU GDPR. It outlines the core requirements organizations need to consider when collecting, storing, processing, retaining or disposing of personal records.