Sunday, 16 December 2018

We need to talk about 'national security'

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Friday 28 September 18

As governments around the world continue to site concerns over national security as a reason to bar Huawei from their 5G rollout programmes, we ask are they really just trying to stall China's biggest tech provider?

National security – it's a tricky subject. With 5G poised to penetrate every aspect of our daily lives in the not so distant future, network security is now arguably more important than ever before. Despite this fact, the industry also has a responsibility to ensure that it is being fair and even handed in its dealings – and, more poignantly, that it isn’t being taken for a ride on the subject. If a company is deemed to be a &quot…

National security – it's a tricky subject. With 5G poised to penetrate every aspect of our daily lives in the not so distant future, network security is now arguably more important than ever before. Despite this fact, the industry also has a responsibility to ensure that it is being fair and even handed in its dealings – and, more poignantly, that it isn’t being taken for a ride on the subject. If a company is deemed to be a &quot…

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