Dr. Kai Chen is now serving as the Cybersecurity Ecosystem Specialist of Huawei Technologies Co.,Ltd. His role includes responding to Huawei cybersecurity ecosystem development including strategy, policy and partner engagement, etc. He has over 15 years of working experience in applied cryptography, information and network security technical research, standard development and policy and regulation fields. Kai has also published over 20 research papers and delivered speeches in security related conferences and seminars; developed or co-developed over 10 security standards in wireless communication, DRM and trusted computing and has experience in leading several information security policy and legislation research projects.
He co-founded the GCRF (Great China Regional Forum) of TCG (Trusted Computing Group) and served as co-chair of the GCRF from 2008 through 2015, driving the TPM 2.0 standard development and industrialization within the time frame. In addition to that, Kai also co-founded the cybersecurity working group in USITO (United State Information Technology Office) and co-chaired the working group from 2007 through 2015. During this time, he led the dialogue and collaboration around cybersecurity policy, regulation and standard development in ICT area.
Before joining Huawei, Kai worked for Microsoft, Intel China and Bell Labs Research China as well as Lucent Technologies. He is currently the senior member of China Computer Federation and Chinese Association for Cryptologic Research. Kai also holds the Bachelor Degree in Management Engineer, Master Degree in Computer Science and Doctor Degree in Cryptography.