Global security officials agreed a set of proposals on Friday for future 5G networks, highlighting concerns about equipment supplied by vendors that might be subject to state influence.
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Michael Kahn, Jan Lopatka , May 3, 2019
Representatives from 30 countries across the world met to discuss tactics to conduct a coordinated approach in security and policy regarding the use of Chinese tech equipment. While countries may not have been ready to sign resolutions in Prague due to the lack of necessary discourse on the issue back home, participants plan swifter action moving forward. The Japanese ambassador for cyber policy Masato Ohtaka stated, “it would be a pity if this turns out to be a one-off event,” a sentiment we at CTT could not agree with more.