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EU warns of 5G, cyber security risks and possible attacks, ” state-backed hackers

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The European Union is also concerned that the 5G networks, can cause the “security challenges” as they are more exposed to the state-backed companies.

In a statement, the E. U. said that the “security challenges” are likely to be more “prominent” in 5G networks, but it is not one of the companies from China, including Huawei.

“Among the various potential actors in non-EU member States or of the State support are considered to be some of the most serious and the most likely to be targets for 5G networks,” in the E. U., said in the release.

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The united states has explicitly cited Huawei as ” the most serious threat is a state actor. Earlier this year, the U.S. government has a Smartphone, an entity list, saying, “there is reasonable cause to believe that Huawei has been involved in activities contrary to the national security or foreign policy interests of the United States of america.”

Earlier this year, Secretary of State, and Mike Pompeo testified before a Senate Appropriations subcommittee and warned of the risks of having a network of systems in co-location with the Smartphone’s systems.” In April, former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers said at a discussion hosted by the Heritage Foundation and described the Smartphone as ” a well-functioning service enterprise of Chinese intelligence, and defense services.”

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Huawei, which is one of the leading suppliers of 5G devices, has caused concern among the U.S. government, its civil servants, which is to say that the Chinese company was able to increase the exposure to security risks. The E. U. is said to be more or less the same in the report, without the names.

The promise of 5G is great and all, but so are the risks

Future 5G networks are expected to become more widely available in the U.S. in 2020, which promise much higher speeds than the 4G. In the U.S., the major carriers such as Verizon and AT&T are doing a limited roll, from the big cities.

For consumers, 5G could be a lot of new technology including the potential to replace home Wi-Fi network, the smart artificial intelligence with phones and self-driving cars, among other products.

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In spite of the potential advantages of the 33-page of the E. U. the report says, “the more likely the supplier is subject to interference from a non-EU country, ( … ), [and that] such a disturbance can be facilitated [the] (…) the third country of its laws, in particular, where there are no legal or democratic system of checks and balances in place.”

Around the world, the US is moving to a fund of the rival companies, according to a report in The Financial Times.

For its part, Huawei has denied an ulterior purpose. “There is absolutely no truth in the suggestion that the Smartphone will hide backdoors in their equipment,” a Huawei spokesman told Fox News earlier this year.

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