British intelligence says Huawei risk manageable: FT
21 Février, 2019, 00:36 | Auteur: Auguste Feret
Britain is able to manage the security risks of using Huawei equipment in national telecoms networks and has not seen any evidence of malicious activity by the company, the head of Britain's National Cyber Security Centre said on Wednesday. Despite this relatively unclear conclusion for what defending against Chinese espionage via Huawei technology could mean in practice, the NCSC recommended the United Kingdom government allow United Kingdom telecoms to use Huawei technology.
"Other nations can make the argument that if the British are confident of mitigation against national security threats then they can also reassure their publics and the U.S. administration that they are acting in a prudent manner in continuing to allow their telecommunications service providers to use Chinese components", one source was quoted by the FT as saying.
"I would be obliged to report if there was evidence of malevolence.by Huawei".
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Most of the UK's mobile companies - Vodafone, EE and Three - have been working with Huawei on developing their 5G networks. The UK government could still decide to ban Huawei's technology from its networks after the full review is complete.
Meanwhile last week, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo claimed that it would be hard for the United States to partner with countries that co-locate Huawei equipment near "important American systems" - a claim Beijing described as "groundless".
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