Hill Congress Blog: Huawei is Embedded in Our Infrastructure and the Federal Government Subsidized It

After having allowed and even subsidized the purchase of Huawei and ZTE electronics for use in American infrastructure and communications networks, the U.S government, citizens and communications networks could be exposed to Chinese espionage and online vulnerabilities. It is now up to the government to undo the damage it facilitated. You can read this opinion […]

Inside Sources: Federal Ban on Huawei Protects Both National Security and Consumers

As long as Beijing is able to call the shots, Huawei poses an outsized menace to American national security, businesses, and consumers. If governments around the world are clamping down on the threat that Huawei poses, it’s high time that Washington do the same when the public’s interests are at risk. You can read this […]

ZTE and Huawei Equipment: Is it a National Security Threat?

Telecom equipment that is acceptable for use in the US is inspected by the FCC. The analog and digital computers that switch connections from origin to destination have the capability to conduct wiretapping or other stealthy monitoring as a court might order to help law enforcement. Those capabilities are well known and operated with proper […]

Managing Huawei 5G Security Risks

Huawei 5G equipment carries an inherent security risk because the gear can contain covert circuitry capable of analyzing others’ information and reporting back to Beijing, or creating a cascade of failures. Huawei ‘s tight relationship with and funding from the Chinese government and military makes it a unique cyber risk if it were deployed in […]