Telcos that can legally purchase equipment from Huawei will still need to consider the strategic risks of using a supplier banned on security and privacy grounds by a growing number of countries.
The Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) continues to identify serious and specific issues with Huawei products.
A recent war of words in the Brazilian press highlights the global scale of the US government’s fight against Huawei.
The Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS) is meant to provide a “security assurance framework” for vendors.
US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo is driving a wedge through the telecoms and tech industries, forcing everyone to pick sides.
Max Schrems won another case about EU-US arrangements for personal data but nobody expects EU authorities to take action.
Francis Afful of MTN Ghana and Guy Howie of Biaas were the guests for a show that was entertaining, varied and informative.
The FCC has barred the purchase of Huawei and ZTE equipment with subsidies from their universal service fund.
The US government has told allies about backdoors in Huawei equipment, according to the Wall Street Journal. However, the CEO of Orange is less than impressed.
The National Cyber Security Centre’s summary of telecoms security risks will interest specialists in other countries too.