April 12, 2022 | Industry News
Hivestack today announced it has achieved DJCP (MLPS 2.0) Level 3 certification in China. The "Classified Protection of Cybersecurity” (DJCP), also known as the “Multi-Level Protection Scheme (MLPS)" is a regulatory scheme designed to protect the cyber security of networks and systems in China.
This announcement is representative of the unique advantage that Hivestack maintains in the China market. The ‘DJCP’ is the most authoritative information compliance certification in China, and the "Level 3” guarantee is the most authoritative qualification for non-financial institutions in information compliance.
Evaluation is very strict. The MLPS demands nearly 300 requirements for applying companies from five levels of security technology and five levels of security management. It requires applicants to build an all-round, high-standard security protection and defense system to ensure user information security and highly stable technology safety operations.
Harvey Huang, Head of Product at Hivestack said: “This new DJCP Level 3 certification is a huge milestone for Hivestack in China. Emphasizing the safety of our platform, this qualification is a message to local businesses that we are perfectly positioned to drive brand growth through programmatic digital out of home (DOOH) advertising campaigns.”
Aileen Ku, General Manager China at Hivestack added: “Transparency is at the heart of our business, and we’re delighted to be able to prove our dedication to the China market and our commitment to our clients and partners through this vital compliance certification. This certification further strengthens the quality of work we pride ourselves on delivering a trusted and credible programmatic DOOH platform for our partners."