A former director of Government Communications Headquarters, Britain's top spy agency, says statements that using any Chinese technology in any part of a 5G network represents an unacceptable risk are nonsense.
Huawei will take between three and five years to fix security concerns identified in a report by an oversight board, the president of the Chinese telecommunication equipment provider's Carrier Business Group, Ryan Ding, says in a letter to Norman Lamb, the chair of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee.
A forthcoming report from British spooks will reportedly claim that Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies has not addressed security concerns raised last year – even though the same spooks said at the time that fixing the issues identified would take until mid-2020.
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