Huawei and Tencent in the Top 50 of the CCSA Security Report
Huawei and Tencent have been named in the Top 50 of the China Communications Security Administration’s (CCSA) security report, China’s first annual ranking of Chinese ISPs. Huawei and Tencent are ranked 35th and 44th, respectively, according to the report. The two companies are also included in the top 50 of the report’s list of top companies offering “top security services” to the nation’s Internet users.
Huawei, a Chinese company founded in 2007 by the telecommunications giant Huawei, is ranked 33rd, with 3,732 providers, of the country’s ISPs. The top-listed providers in 2018 are Huawei, Shunwei, and Dongfang.
Tencent, a Chinese Internet company founded in 2007 by Tencent, is ranked 5th, with 3,337 providers, while Viber, a Chinese Internet platform that is owned by Chinese telecom giant Huawei, is ranked 14th, with 2,869 providers.
The government report, issued by the CCSA’s internet security division, is an annual assessment of security practices of Chinese ISPs.
The report lists “top security providers” for the first time, and the names of those firms in the list have not yet been revealed.
Huawei, one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies, has played an ever-changing role in the evolution of China’s IT industry.
An official who works in the company’s telecommunications division told Security Affairs that Huawei uses encryption and other data-gathering systems in a wide range of products, including some that are widely used on Chinese smartphones. Some of the data-gathering processes of Huawei servers are based on artificial intelligence, he said.
Zhang Xindong, chief of CCSA’s internet security branch, told Security Affairs that the report’s selection of Huawei was based on three factors: the number of public government orders issued by the Chinese government; the companies that the CCSA lists in its Top 50 list; and the information available on the websites of the companies in the Top 50 to make sure the companies met the standards of the government.
The CCIA Top 50 Competitive Network Security Enterprises Report
CCIA has compiled a list of top 50 global enterprise security companies as chosen by CERTs. The list is organized into 5 segments based on industry, geographies and business units. The list is an aggregation of all CERTs submissions, the top 5 or 50 companies have been selected for inclusion on the Report according to the criteria defined above. The report is based on information provided by the companies as reported by CERTs and their CVs. The report was published on October 1, 2013.
I have read all of the entries in the Report, and I must say that we are very enthusiastic about this report. The CIO of Huawei Huawei and TENANT COUNCIL are the most popular companies among companies in this report.
We chose Huawei, TENANT COUNCIL and CELAN Corporation to have their representative and competitive positions on the list.
I am also very pleased to see that CELAN Corporation has been selected as the leader of the security industry. That is not very surprising for CELAN Corporation, which was the only one to receive CCIA’s highest recommendation from CCIA in 2012. Now, the company is ranked at number 22 in the Top 50 list in the Security Industry.
I was also pleased to see that the company has ranked at number 20 in the TOP 30 security companies in North American markets and at number 8 in the TOP 25 in Asian markets by CCIA’s latest Technology Performance Assessment (TPA).
The company was recently the winner in a prestigious IDC Security Innovation Awards.
So, I am very happy to see that CELAN Corporation is a leading company in the field of security. We would like to congratulate the company for its award and also for the TPA it did in 2013.
Overall, the companies we selected as leading security companies in the global market are some of the most competitive security companies in a wide range of industries.
QI-ANXIN: The 2021 CCIA Top 50 Companies
QI-ANXIN, Huawei and Tencent: All of these top Chinese technology companies are in the CCIA’s Top 50 for the coming year.
The annual survey of leading CCIA corporations was released by CCIA on January 10, 2020. Out of 16 companies surveyed, eight companies have achieved the top spot out of the Top 50 for the first time in seven years.
The year’s top three leaders are Tencent Holdings, Huawei Technologies and QKI. The survey revealed that the Chinese tech giants have not yet been surpassed by Western giants such as Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and other companies that operate in the digital arena in the CCIA “Digital Leader” rankings for this year.
Tencent is not yet the top leader for the CCIA in any category. With over $20 trillion market cap, the Chinese tech giant has the upper hand in the global market in terms of revenue and revenue shares. Tencent has a market capitalization of over $3.
Huawei Technologies ranks first position in terms of market cap and first position globally in terms of revenue. It is the first Western company to be named the top technology company by the CCIA.
In terms of gross revenue, the company’s dominant position is also reflected in the CCIA’s market cap/revenue rankings. The total revenue of Huawei Technologies is $24. 59 billion, a 12% increase compared to the CCIA ranking of $2. 89 billion in 2018. Its position now puts it in the fifth position among the Top 50 in CCIA’s ranking of the top 50 technology and innovation companies.
QKI ranks top in terms of gross revenue/revenue, market cap and revenue share. The company has a market cap of over $1. 1 trillion, and its revenue is $1,842 billion, a 9% increase compared to 2018.
China’s top five most dominant technology companies in terms of revenue include Tencent, LG Electronics, Huawei, Lenovo, and Xiaomi.
Huawei Technologies has been the leader in China’s high-tech industry.