Category: Security


KPN bans Huawei from its 5G network core

The Dutch operator announced that it has signed an agreement with Huawei to build the 5G radio network but will only select a western vendor for 5G core.

Securing the second-hand device market

Russ Ernst, Executive Vice President, Products and Technology at Blancco discusses the importance of securing consumer data, through effective erasure, in ensuring the ongoing success of the second-hand device market.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Huawei, Apple/Qualcomm and 5G

With Jamie gallivanting around China he is replaced, appropriately enough, by Telecoms.com’s Wei Shi, for this episode. Wei starts by taking us through some research into the ownership of Huawei and what the significance of it might be. Scott then introduces an overview of the litigation between Apple and Qualcomm that recently came to a conclusion, while Iain reflects on a recent trip to Paris to hear Orange and its partners talk about commercialising 5G.

UK questions Huawei security credibility

The oversight board responsible for mitigating the risk associated with Huawei products has released a new report which questions whether using equipment from the vendor is the best idea.

Kaspersky Labs unveils another supply-chain threat

While the security vendor has not revealed all the details just yet, a new cybersecurity incident demonstrates how dangerous it can be to focus too acutely on a single threat in the ecosystem.

US set to lose Huawei propaganda game in Europe

The US has been investing a lot of energy and time attempting to prove the value of banning Huawei, but it seems a failed quest as the European Commission readies itself to rule out a ban.

Germany pushes back against US Huawei threats

It tried scaring her, to convince her with niceties, the diplomatic approach and finally threats, but the US cannot seem to break the will of German Chancellor Angela Merkel over Huawei.

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