Chinese software company Qi An Xin has been named the official cyber security partner of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
Qi An Xin is one of the largest cyber security companies in China, boasting expertise in security intelligence and security operation and emergency responses.
Its clients include government agencies, private corporations and individuals.
The company is set to develop customised cyber security services for Beijing 2022, as reported by Sport Business.
"Participating in the Beijing 2020 marketing programme is not only a glorious responsibility for companies to contribute to the national development, but also a great opportunity for themselves to accelerate brand building and sharpen competitive advantage," said Beijing 2022 vice-president and secretary general Han Zirong.
"Qi An Xin will make the the network safer and the world better, give full play to its expertise, accurately meet the cyber security requirements of the Games, and forge an unbreakable cyber security shield for the success of the Games."
Han continued by explaining Beijing 2022's role in the partnership.
"Beijing 2022 will provide high-quality services for Qi An Xin, make sure it has full access to the extensive benefits brought by the Olympic brand, facilitate its high-quality development, and strive to generate both economic and social benefits," she said.
There are now 10 Beijing 2022 official partners.
The Organising Committee will be hoping to avoid a repeat of a cyber-attack that hit Pyeongchang 2018.
A hack known as the "Olympic Destroyer" took down Wi-Fi during the Opening Ceremony and also affected several broadcasts of the event by knocking out television screens.
Additionally, it affected the Pyeongchang 2018 websites, leaving fans unable to print tickets or view results of events.
Tokyo 2020 have also been introducing measures to prevent a repeat attack.
Beijing 2022 is scheduled for February 4 to 20.