The Russian military operates ships equipped with submersibles and remotely operated drones that pose a threat to transatlantic communications.
Amnesty International says handset spyware from NSO Group is ‘the tip of the iceberg’ but they still underestimate how far the comms sector has been corrupted by government surveillance.
It is not possible for the telecoms sector to serve both ordinary people and the governments that oppress them.
The superficial way Huawei seeks to engender public trust just adds to the reasons to be suspicious.
The Cellusys-Kaleido signaling security survey contains many other statistics that will trouble risk managers and ordinary phone users.
Residents of Portland can demand $1,000 in damages for each day their new rights are violated. The impact will extend beyond Portland.
If the US expects to take the moral high ground on matters of telecoms security, then it would help if they had a leader with some integrity.
Mobile phone subscribers are purposefully told that the North Korean government has the ability to listen to their calls.
A recent war of words in the Brazilian press highlights the global scale of the US government’s fight against Huawei.
Secret SIMs, also known as white SIMs or Russian SIMs, are marketed as if they can never be tracked or monitored by the police.