Huawei boss Liang Hua: 'Our top priority is to ensure survival' (Taiwan News) In an exclusive interview with DW's editor-in-chief, Ines Pohl, Huawei Chairman Liang Hua spoke about how the tech giant is grappling with its current challenges. US President Trump says Huawei is "very dangerous."
Analysis | How Huawei Landed at the Center of Global Tech Tussle (Washington Post) This was supposed to be the year that Huawei Technologies Co., China’s biggest tech firm, rose to global prominence as the leader in 5G, the much ballyhooed, next-generation wireless technology. Instead, it’s landed in the crossfire of a brutal trade war between the U.S. and China, with the Trump administration pushing allies to ban Huawei equipment from their telecom networks over security concerns. The dispute is threatening to divide German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling coalition, after C
Russia Is Waging Asymmetric Warfare Against the US — And We’re Letting Them Win (Defense One) We must do more to harden against these attacks on our economy, institutions, and the public.
The Drums of Cyberwar (terrorism Watch) In mid-October, a cybersecurity researcher in the Netherlands demonstrated, online, as a warning, * the easy availability of the Internet...
How India Dealt With Cyberattacks In 2019 (Analytics India Magazine) Cyberattacks are rife in India, only the US and China are placed higher on this list. Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi are among states which receives the highest traff
Opinion | Congress on China: Don’t trust, and verify (Washington Post) Trump says he's neutralizing the Chinese challenge. Congress doesn't buy it.
Poland may vary security demands for different parts of 5G: minister (Reuters) Poland might impose stricter security demands for core elements of its future 5G...
French telco boss says Huawei fears are 'complete nonsense' (iTnews) As concerns threaten 5G rollout.
House Okays $1 Billion Huawei/ZTE ‘Rip and Replace’ for Comms Providers (MeriTalk) The House voted Dec. 16 to approve legislation that would provide $1 billion to smaller-sized private sector communications service providers to remove from their networks equipment purchased from China-based equipment makers Huawei and ZTE, and replace that gear with equipment that does not pose a threat to U.S. national security.
Here are the civilian cyber highlights in the must-pass spending bills (Fifth Domain) Congress plans to shell out billions for cyber-related projects across the government.
Senate panel advances Russia sanctions bill 'from hell' (Reuters) The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved legislation on Wednesday th...
Senate advances bill to punish Russia for election interference (WCBI TV) On the same day that the House is expected to impeach President Trump for soliciting a foreign country’s help in the 2020 election, the Senate advanced a bill to punish Russia for meddling in America’s 2016 election. The Defending American Security from Kremlin Aggression Act (DASKA) passed the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on …
Senate Passes Portman, Peters Bipartisan Bill to Save Taxpayer Dollars on Federal Vehicles (Office of Senator Rob Portman) U.S. Senators Rob Portman (R-OH) and Gary Peters (D-MI) applauded the Senate passage of their bipartisan bill to help save taxpayer dollars by updating policies to help federal agencies adopt electric vehicles, which are more fuel efficient than traditional gas-powered vehicles.
Senators' K-12 Cybersecurity Act would mandate national study of school practices (Education Dive) If passed, the legislation would require the Department of Homeland Security to conduct a review of K-12 cybersecurity programs and develop guidelines and resources to strengthen them.
Does the Defense Department’s New Approach to Industrial Base Cybersecurity Create More Problems Than It Solves? (CSIS) Malicious cyber actors increasingly target the defense industrial base for both economic and security gains. For example, in 2018, the Chinese government hacked a U.S. defense contractor and stole 614 gigabytes of sensitive material from the Navy’s Sea Dragon program.
CISA’s ICT Supply Chain Risk Management Task Force Approves New Working Group for Second Phase (CISA) The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) Task Force met today to discuss the next phase of its work.
Trump nominates DHS senior cyber director (TheHill) President Trump on Wednesday formally submitted the nomination for a new assistant director of cybersecurity at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), one of the top-ranking cyber officials at the agency.