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U.S. Cyber Diplomat Raises Concerns Over Reliance of Chinese Vendors in 5G Networks

Robert Strayer, a deputy assistant secretary for Cyber and International Communications and Information Policy at the State Department,… read more

Robert Strayer, a deputy assistant secretary for Cyber and International Communications and Information Policy at the State Department, warns the Senate Judiciary Committee of the risks to the U.S. and other Western democracies of relying on Chinese vendors to build and develop their 5G networks and that the risks of theft, espionage, disruption of services and cyberattacks will only increase. "The Chinese government does not have any meaningful checks or balances on its power. "China could compel actions by network vendors to act against the interests of our citizens...If Chinese companies build the underlying 5G infrastructure, they will be in an even better place to facilitate these activities in the future," Mr. Strayer says. close

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U.S. Cyber Diplomat Raises Concerns Over Reliance of Chinese Vendors in 5G Networks

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Senate Committee
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Senate Committee
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SD-226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, District of Columbia, United States
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