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Even if Huawei’s executives are sincere in their intentions, many argue that the Chinese legal system enables Communist Party apparatchiks to compel the company to do their bidding....
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The IG audit shows that the US Army and Air Force purchased thousands of products already flagged as security risks. They include over 8,000 printers...
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It’s curious then why more cyberattacks originate from China than any other nation. Indeed, if China was so concerned about law and order, they could...
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The auditors also wrote that the Pentagon has a pattern of buying products from companies such as Huawei, ZTE or Kaspersky Lab long after other...
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The risks identified refer to “micro-purchases” of less than $10,000 an item. This does not include the traditional defense acquisition process but instead “fixed-price commercial...
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Roslyn Layton spoke with Dr. Ward about his new book and its key takeaways including the importance of economic competition, building a global economic alliance...
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A former Huawei employee shared detailed spreadsheets, telling the Post that the information is of public interest. Others shared past work orders and contracts. Taken together, the...
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In another breach of trust between Lenovo and consumers, the company has announced a data leak of some 36 TB of information. This breach adds...
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It’s curious then why more cyberattacks originate from China than any other nation. Indeed, if China was so concerned about law and order, they could...
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China does everything it can to block access to information, particularly from the foreign press. So letting a Chinese firm build Germany’s 5G network is...
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