Huawei warns it could take FIVE YEARS to resolve British security fears

Huawei warns it could take FIVE YEARS to resolve British security fears

Huawei warns it could take FIVE YEARS to resolve British security fears

Writing to Norman Lamb MP, chairman of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee, the company said spying would "destroy our business".

The Chinese telecoms firm has already pledged to spend $2bn (£1.5bn) addressing the security concerns outlined in the National Cyber Security Centre's (NCSC) annual report.

'Enhancing our software engineering capabilities is like replacing components on a high-speed train in motion.

It is a complicated process and will take at least three to five years to see tangible results. The group, created in 2010 to monitor potential security threats posed by the Chinese firm, includes representatives from Huawei, UK mobile operators and government officials.

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A Huawei spokesman said: "We can not add to what is outlined in the letter, where we have explained our position in full to the House of Commons Committee; and we are continuing to work closely with the authorities in the United Kingdom".

Any Western country allowing Huawei Technologies Co. or other Chinese equipment to be used in critical infrastructure projects will face the risk of US countermeasures, the USA envoy to the European Union said.

Allegedly, Huawei's 5G infrastructure equipment can come with backdoors, allowing the Chinese government to spy on communications of any country using Huawei's gear.

The company also denied claims it could be compelled to assist Chinese national intelligence work using information gathered from the UK.

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"Huawei is a closely watched company", he said.

Huawei has been under great scrutiny in recent times, but remember that ZTE was also heavily put under the microscope not long before.

In a report published past year, the HCSEC said it could only offer "limited assurances" that Huawei kit was safe to use due to a lack of progress in resolving previous concerns, while a visit to Huawei facilities in Shenzhen had identified a lack of scrutiny with third party components.

Deutsche Telekom, in an internal document obtained by Bloomberg, warned that Europe could fall behind China and the United States by as much as two years if it forgoes using Huawei's 5G equipment.

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July's report identified what it called technical problems which limited security researchers' ability to check internal product codes and concerns about the security of third-party components from a US supplier. People with knowledge of the matter said it will likely further criticise Huawei's slow response and detail tense relations with British officials.

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