Huawei waits it out on possible UK ban

By |julij 6th, 2020|5G, ban, Cybersecurity, EU, Huawei, News, UK|

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei has said it is remaining patient in light of media reports that the UK government is charting a gradual phase-out of its equipment in 5G network infrastructure, which could lead to a blanket ban.

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In Germany’s new 5G security criteria, SPD sees a “blunt sword”

By |maj 14th, 2020|5G, China, critical infrastructure, Cybersecurity, Falko Mohrs, German Interior Ministry, Germany, Horst Seehofer, Huawei, News, SPD|

The German Interior Ministry wants to check whether manufacturers of 5G components are trustworthy. For SPD digital politician Falko Mohrs, this does not go far enough. He demands a political security check, fed with secret service information. EURACT...

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US says concerned by threat of cyber-attack against Czech Republic healthcare

By |april 18th, 2020|coronavirus, Cyber Attack, Cybersecurity, Czech Republic, health system, Mike Pompeo, News, United States|

The United States is concerned by the threat of a cyber-attack against the Czech Republic's healthcare sector, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday (17 April), adding that anybody engaged in such activity should "expect consequences."

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Phishing emails, trojans and spam in the age of the Coronavirus

By |marec 19th, 2020|coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID19, Cybersecurity, Digital, News, Technology|

Phishing emails, trojans and spam are now spreading over the Internet. Experts estimate that more than three percent of coronavirus websites that have been created since the beginning of the year contain malicious content.

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UN backing of controversial cybercrime treaty raises suspicions

By |januar 23rd, 2020|China, Criminality, cybercrime, Cybersecurity, News, Russia, UN, United Nations|

Certain UN members may have been 'bought off' by proponents of a controversial UN resolution on cybercrime in exchange for support on the plans, an official from the Council of Europe who deals with cybersecurity has told EURACTIV.

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‘Political need’ for 5G cybersecurity certification, ENISA head says

By |oktober 23rd, 2019|5G, Cybersecurity, ENISA, EU, Juhan Lepassaar, News|

Having recently taken up his seat at the head of the EU's cybersecurity table, new ENISA chief Juhan Lepassaar has a number of pressing challenges to contend with over the next few years, including the security of 5G networks, consumer protection in th...

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Amid continuing US pressure, Huawei looks for the ‘European way’

By |oktober 17th, 2019|5G, Cybersecurity, Europe, Huawei, News, US|

Huawei implored the EU to grasp their future 'digital sovereignty', as the company fielded questions from a cross-section of MEPs in Brussels on Wednesday evening (16 October). The hearing came as the US administration renewed its campaign against the ...

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Amid US standoff, Huawei looks for new markets in ‘brute force computing’

By |september 18th, 2019|5G, China, Cybersecurity, EU, Europe, Huawei, Huawei Connect 2019, Ken Hu, News, US, US-China trade war|

The Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei will substantially increase investments into high-performance computing, its rotating chairman Ken Hu announced on Wednesday (18 September). The move came as Huawei faces increasingly tense relations with the...

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Europe needs ‘digital border controls,’ industry chief says

By |september 11th, 2019|Cybersecurity, Deutsche Telekom, digital border control, internet shutdown, News, NotPetya, Sylvie Goulard, WannaCry|

Europe should consider establishing a 'digital border control,' as a means of obstructing internet access to hostile actors in the event of a serious cyberattack, the head of Deutsche Telekom's cybersecurity division has told EURACTIV.

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The EU’s search for tough cybersecurity standards

By |september 9th, 2019|5G, Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Act, data protection, ENISA, Juhan Lepassaar, News|

Appearing before MEPs in the European Parliament's Industry Committee last week, the new head of the EU's cybersecurity agency said he hopes the EU's recently adopted cybersecurity framework will become the "the new global standard for trust."

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