Mitigating security risks: we speak to Huawei US security chief
The ongoing trade war between the US and China has affected businesses from both countries but no company has faced the level of scrutiny that the Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has.
Huawei has been at the center of a global debate that has seen President Trump sign an executive order banning American companies from doing business with the firm and other foreign suppliers that could potentially pose a risk to national security.
Despite the onoging turmoil, Huawei continues to operate a US branch that provides solutions for consumers, enterprise businesses and telecoms across the country.
TechRadar Pro spoke with Huawei USA’s Chief Security Officer Andy Purdy to learn more about its US operations and how governments and businesses can better mitigate risk.
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