Bad news for Huawei as UK watchdog finds new security issues
Chinese telecommunications network equipment provider Huawei has suffered another setback in its ambition to supply kit for New Zealand's fifth generation, or 5G, internet services, following new criticisms from the oversight board of the UK-based Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre.
The report identified "further significant technical issues ... in Huawei's engineering processes, leading to new risks in the UK telecommunications networks," the review board say
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