Jianpu Technology Inc. (NYSE: JT) has been picked to be among the first companies enrolled in the Zhuoxin Big Data Program and took part in the compilation and release of an industry report Mobile Data Security Blue Book.
Zhuoxin to help businesses improve data securities
The China Academy of Information and Communication Technology (“CAICT”) is leading the charge to create a robust data management ecosystem that includes infrastructure, inspection and evaluation, talent development, legal counsel, data audit, and promotional strategies. The program is positioned to assist businesses in improving their data security abilities while also guiding China’s digital economy toward a more healthy and sustainable future.
Data playing is increasingly becoming a vital social and economic development aspect. As a result, critical issues facing digital transformation are emerging, such as data fragmentation disruption, in a range of systems and approaches to various data-specific applications to create value and enhance privacy protection and data security. In addition, the Program introduced the first certification framework in China’s data security industry, known as Big Data Cybersecurity Certification, in accordance with the People’s Republic of China’s Regulations on Certification and Accreditation.
Jianpu among first Zhouxin Big Data Program member companies
Before releasing the initial batch of 100 member organizations, the CAICT exhaustively examined hundreds of businesses who applied to join the Program. As a result, Jianpu, China’s leading independent open platform for financial product discovery and recommendation services, was selected for inclusion in the list.
CEO and Co-founder of Jianpu David Ye, “We are very honored to have been selected in the first batch of member companies in the Zhuoxin Big Data Program. We have long been accumulating a strong track record when it comes to data security and user privacy protection. Notably, our big data and risk management service platform has been recognized at the third level of the cybersecurity protection system.”